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Omar Khadr could be liable for more than $130 million US if the suit brought in Utah prevails. Janet Hamlin Reuters
Omar Khadr reattempts to sue Canada for $20M

Former Guantanamo Bay prisoner Omar Khadr tries again Wednesday to expand his civil lawsuit against the federal government to include a claim that Canada conspired with the United States for what he says was the abuse of his rights and torture.



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  • Black inmate sues over alleged KKK beating - 2014-09-02 4:59 PM

    KAMLOOPS, B.C. - A black inmate is suing the province of British Columbia, alleging he was targeted by the Ku Klux Klan behind bars and endured “torture” at the hands of a sheriff and a guard.

  • Canada-NATO search for spending compromise - 2014-09-02 4:58 PM

    LONDON, England - A face-saving compromise may be on the way for reluctant allies, including Canada, who are unwilling to boost defence spending to meet the NATO standard.

  • Public school strike in B.C. derails school yearPublic school strike in B.C. derails school year - 2014-09-02 3:49 PM

    VANCOUVER - Queena Zeng anticipated her final year of high school would be fairly stressful, packed with SAT cram sessions and the nerve-racking wait for university acceptance letters.

  • Ex-construction magnate at corruption probeEx-construction magnate at corruption probe - 2014-09-02 3:09 PM

    MONTREAL - A powerful former construction magnate who entertained union leaders and politicians on his luxury yacht began testifying Tuesday at Quebec's corruption inquiry.

  • A look at Justin Bieber's recent legal woes - 2014-09-02 3:01 PM

    TORONTO - Justin Bieber's arrest in Ontario on charges of dangerous driving and assault is the latest in a series of run-ins with the law for the Canadian pop star. A look at some of Bieber's recent legal troubles:

  • Bieber charged with assault in ATV crashBieber charged with assault in ATV crash - 2014-09-02 3:00 PM

    TORONTO - What started out as Justin Bieber's "peaceful retreat" in Canada, ended with him facing criminal charges — and his lawyer pointing the finger squarely at the paparazzi for the pop star's latest run-in with the law.

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