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Opinion | BY DAVID KILGOUR | March 8, 2021
Demonstrators against the genocide of Uyghurs in China, pictured Feb. 22, 2021, on Parliament Hill in Ottawa, the day the House voted to declare Beijing’s ongoing persecution of its Turkic Muslim minorities in Xinjiang, including Uyghurs, to be a genocide. Photograph courtesy of David Kilgour
Opinion | BY DAVID KILGOUR | March 8, 2021
Opinion | BY DAVID KILGOUR | March 8, 2021
Demonstrators against the genocide of Uyghurs in China, pictured Feb. 22, 2021, on Parliament Hill in Ottawa, the day the House voted to declare Beijing’s ongoing persecution of its Turkic Muslim minorities in Xinjiang, including Uyghurs, to be a genocide. Photograph courtesy of David Kilgour
Opinion | BY DAVID KILGOUR | November 12, 2020
Adam Schiff, chair of the U.S. House Intelligence Committee, correctly summarizes: 'Joe Biden’s story is one of loss, perseverance, and human decency. His victory, and Kamala’s, show that in America those qualities still matter. That right still matters. Truth still matters. And decency still matters. Rebuilding won't be quick or easy. Let’s get to work.' Image courtesy of Pixabay
Opinion | BY DAVID KILGOUR | November 12, 2020
Opinion | BY DAVID KILGOUR | November 12, 2020
Adam Schiff, chair of the U.S. House Intelligence Committee, correctly summarizes: 'Joe Biden’s story is one of loss, perseverance, and human decency. His victory, and Kamala’s, show that in America those qualities still matter. That right still matters. Truth still matters. And decency still matters. Rebuilding won't be quick or easy. Let’s get to work.' Image courtesy of Pixabay
Opinion | BY DAVID KILGOUR | August 31, 2020
Russian President Vladimir Putin, pictured with Belarus' president, Alexander Lukashenko, who was re-elected on Aug. 9 in an election that many have denounced as fraudulent. To achieve his landslide win, Lukashenko manipulated the Parliament elected in 2019 with not one opposition member. Photograph courtesy of the Kremlin
Opinion | BY DAVID KILGOUR | August 31, 2020
Opinion | BY DAVID KILGOUR | August 31, 2020
Russian President Vladimir Putin, pictured with Belarus' president, Alexander Lukashenko, who was re-elected on Aug. 9 in an election that many have denounced as fraudulent. To achieve his landslide win, Lukashenko manipulated the Parliament elected in 2019 with not one opposition member. Photograph courtesy of the Kremlin
FeatureBY DAVID KILGOUR, SUSAN KORAH | September 18, 2018
The United Nations General Assembly will fill with world leaders attending its opening later this month. But Taiwan won’t be in the hall, as it’s not recognized as a country by the UN. United Nations photograph by Loey Felipe
FeatureBY DAVID KILGOUR, SUSAN KORAH | September 18, 2018
FeatureBY DAVID KILGOUR, SUSAN KORAH | September 18, 2018
The United Nations General Assembly will fill with world leaders attending its opening later this month. But Taiwan won’t be in the hall, as it’s not recognized as a country by the UN. United Nations photograph by Loey Felipe
Opinion | BY DAVID KILGOUR | August 29, 2018
Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland crosses Ottawa's Wellington Street with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on their way to a press conference in May. They've offered no apologies for criticizing Saudi Arabia for its treatment of human rights activists recently. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY DAVID KILGOUR | August 29, 2018
Opinion | BY DAVID KILGOUR | August 29, 2018
Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland crosses Ottawa's Wellington Street with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on their way to a press conference in May. They've offered no apologies for criticizing Saudi Arabia for its treatment of human rights activists recently. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade