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Winter is Coming

By   /  March 10, 2013  /  Border Security, Foreign Relations, National Security Law, National Security Law & Policy  /  No Comments

The enforcement of a recent Florida law forcing international drivers to apply for and carry an international driver’s license (in addition to their Canadian license) was recently indefinitely shelved after public outcry from Canadian snowbirds. Some legally astute Canadians quickly brought to the attention of U.S. officials that the law may be in violation of […]

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11 Dead, Over 60 Wounded After Today's Suicide Bombing in Lahore, Pakistan

By   /  March 8, 2013  /  News & Events  /  No Comments

A police building in Lahore, Pakistan’s second-largest city, was attacked by a suicide bomber today, leaving 11 dead and over 60 injured. Many of the wounded were women and children on their way to school. According to Interior Minister Rehman Malik, the attack was targeting the Special Investigative Agency, which was operating out of a […]

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Two Hamas Leader Murder Suspects Possibly in US

By   /  March 1, 2013  /  News & Events  /  No Comments

Of the twenty-six possible suspects sought by the Dubai police for participating in the killing of a Hamas leader, at least two may have entered the United States shortly after the killing. Officials believe the suspects entered the US separately, one on a British passport, and one on an Irish passport, but there is no […]

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