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China is outraged that the US wants to take the arrested Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou off Canada’s hands

Meng Wanzhou, Huawei's chief financial officer and the daughter of Huawei's founder, may soon be in US custody, The New York Times reported.
Meng's house in Vancouver, where she is living as her case is pending.

Canada blames US for Huawei CFO arrest backlash that left 2 citizens in Chinese prisons and a 3rd on death row

Canada arrested Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou last month at the US's request. Canada's ambassador to the US said Canadians were "paying the price."
Roxham Road is marked as a "DEAD END," but leads up to the northern US border where asylum-seekers cross a dirt path to enter Canada.

THE OTHER BORDER ‘CRISIS’: While America is fixated on Mexico and the wall, thousands of migrants are fleeing for Canada in a dramatically...

Migrants from around the world have been coming to a rural village in upstate New York for a chance to cross the border into Canada and seek asylum.
Rahaf Mohammed speaks at the COSTI Corvetti Education Centre in Toronto, on January 15, 2019. COSTI have given her a security detail as she feels unsafe.

Canada hired a bodyguard for the Saudi teen refugee who fled her family, because she got so many death threats

Rahaf Mohammed, formerly known as Rahaf al-Qunun, won asylum in Canada, but is still hounded by vitriol from her native Saudi Arabia.
"Bird Box."

Canadians are outraged Netflix used footage from the country’s deadliest modern railway disaster in ‘Bird Box’ — and the compa...

A deadly train derailment in Lac-Mégantic, Quebec, in 2013 caused an explosion that killed 47 people and flattened much of the town's downtown core.

China responds to the US’s and Canada’s travel warnings with its own, the latest move in an escalating feud

After the US and Canada issued travel warnings to their citizens aimed at China, Beijing warned its citizens about traveling to Canada.
Rahaf al-Qunun spoke with ABC News after she arrived as an asylum seeker in Canada on January 12, 2019.

The Saudi teen who fled her family for asylum in Canada says her story will open the floodgates for more women to escape oppression

Speaking from her new home, Rahaf al-Qunun told Australia's ABC network: "I hope my story encourages other women to be brave and free."
Saudi teenager Rahaf al-Qunun arrives at Toronto Pearson International Airport on Monday. Her family have now disowned her for fleeing.

The family of the Saudi teen who got asylum in Canada has publicly disowned her

Her family, including her father, Mohammed al-Qunun, a ranking Saudi official, called the 18-year-old "mentally unstable."
Chinese President Xi Jinping.

China sentenced a Canadian man to death in the latest escalation of the countries’ feud over Huawei

A court in Liaoning on Monday sentenced Robert Lloyd Schellenberg to death on charges of international drug trafficking. He says he was framed.
A still image taken from CCTV video shows Canadian Robert Lloyd Schellenberg in court, where he was sentenced with a death penalty for drug smuggling, in Dalian, Liaoning province, China January 14, 2019.

Canada joins US in raising travel advisory after China’s ‘arbitrary’ use of law to sentence Canadian to death in drug case

Canada fears a growing pattern of the random use of local laws to detain its citizens, a similar warning to what US officials issued this month.