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Canada bans terrorist groups, not planning to increase security

The federal government has added three groups with links to terrorist activities to Canada’s list of outlawed organizations. The groups are responsible for murders, kidnappings and bombing attacks in the Middle East, Peru and the Philippines. Solicitor General Wayne Easter introduced the legislation that will make it illegal to donate money or help the three organizations in any way. They are Abu Nidal, Abu Sayyaf, and Sendero Luminosa. The Abu Nidal organization has carried out terror attacks all over the world, from the Middle East through Asia, South America and Europe. The government says Abu Nidal is responsible for at least 300 deaths. Abu Sayyaf operates in the southern Philippines and has been linked to bombings, murders and the kidnapping of foreign tourists. Sendero Luminosa is in Peru and has been linked to assassinations and bombings since 1980. Full Story

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