End of a royal era

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September 29, 2017

A new governor general. An aging Queen. A government trying to reconcile with its Indigenous communities. Is Canada headed for its fiercest debate yet over the monarchy? 

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Rohingya women facing violence, by military and inside camps

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September 29, 2017

The mass exodus of Myanmar’s stateless Muslim minority has been condemned as ethnic cleansing. Sara Perria visited Myanmar’s Rakhine State, shortly before the military’s latest offensive, to investigate how violence against Rohingya women is used as a weapon of war and how camps for internally displaced persons risk becoming breeding grounds for abuse.

Gaza wall

Wall in the family

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September 26, 2017

Can home be a place you’ve never been or are prevented from visiting? Author Marcello Di Cintio visits Palestine to understand the dilemmas of the displaced.


The Unmaking of Myanmar

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September 21, 2017

Hundreds of thousands of Rohingya have recently crossed into Bangladesh in search of safety. Just weeks before the exodus, journalist Sara Perria went to Myanmar to understand the origins of the conflict, the complex views around the minority group and the role of the international community in their aid. 


Germany votes: What Canadians need to know

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September 20, 2017

In advance of Sunday’s election, German Consul General Peter Fahrenholtz sits down with OpenCanada to talk voter priorities, Merkel’s appeal and what the most pressing issues will be for the next German government.

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