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Nahayat Tizhoosh is a journalist with CBC News Network's Power & Politics.
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Canada Soccer cancels controversial exhibition game against Iran
Canada Soccer says it has cancelled a controversial exhibition game against Iran set for next month in Vancouver.
Conservatives call on Canada Soccer to cancel match with Iranian team
The Conservatives are joining a growing number of calls for Canada Soccer to cancel a controversial exhibition game against Iran set for next month in Vancouver.
Canada Soccer is paying Iran's team $400K to play in Vancouver, team official says
Canada Soccer is paying Iran’s soccer federation $400,000 to play a controversial exhibition game next month in Vancouver, according to the head of Iran’s national team.
Team Canada players raised 'concerns' about match with Iran before it was cancelled: Canada Soccer
Players on Canada's men's soccer team raised concerns about a controversial friendly match against Iran — and Canada Soccer confirms that pushback factored into its sudden decision to cancel the event.
Iranian soccer official coming to Canada attended party years ago with man sought by FBI over kidnap plot
The head of the Iranian national soccer team coming to Vancouver next month for a controversial exhibition game recently attended a party with a man wanted by the FBI in relation to a plot to kidnap international targets, including three people in Canada.
Ukraine's prime minister urges Trudeau, Freeland to visit Kyiv
Ukraine's prime minister says it is safe for Canadian officials to visit Ukraine and resume Canada's diplomatic presence in the country.
Families of Flight PS752 victims say RCMP isn't doing enough to help Ukraine's criminal probe
With the two-year anniversary of the destruction of Flight PS752 coming up, the victims' families say the RCMP is not sharing evidence quickly enough with Ukraine — the only country conducting a criminal investigation into the tragedy.
Crosby, McDavid urged to boycott Beijing Olympics by NBA veteran and vocal China critic
Boston Celtics centre Enes Freedom — a journeyman NBA veteran who is one of the sports world’s fiercest critics of human rights abuse — is challenging NHL stars Sidney Crosby and Connor McDavid to boycott the upcoming Winter Olympics in Beijing.
New report on destruction of Flight PS752 accuses Iran of using civilian passengers as human shields
A new report on the destruction of Flight PS752 written by victims' families claims the government of Iran deliberately kept its airspace open to use civilian air passengers as human shields against a possible American attack.
PS752 probe finds no evidence the aircraft's destruction was 'premeditated' — but says Iran isn't off the hook
Canada's eight-month forensic examination of the destruction of Flight PS752 shows that Canada does not have evidence of its own proving the catastrophe was "premeditated," CBC News has learned.