Canada sanctions Chinese officials over Uyghur treatment

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    Canada, alongside the U.S., U.K. and EU imposed sanctions on Chinese officials over the treatment of its Muslim minority Uyghur population. Foreign Affairs Minister Marc Garneau says the sanctions let China know that ‘the world is watching.’

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