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Canadian-led movement aims to seize assets from dictators to remedy refugee crisis

CBC.ca Saturday, 10 November 2018 ()
Canadian-led movement aims to seize assets from dictators to remedy refugee crisisThe proposal will be one of the main recommendations of the World Refugee Council, a self-appointed body of two dozen global political figures, academics and civil-society representatives led by former Canadian foreign minister Lloyd Axworthy.
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