The justice minister Michael Keenan will on Friday confirm details of the amnesty, which is due to begin on 1 July.
“The fact [is] we’ve got a deteriorating national security environment,” Mr Keenan told ABC radio.
“We’ve got an environment where there has been five terrorists attacks on our soil and sadly in the vast majority of those cases it has been an illegal firearm that’s been used.”
Cars, knives, and wooden sticks are next.
Police in Washington, D.C., have issued felony arrest warrants for two Canadian supporters of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in connection with a bloody assault outside the Turkish ambassador’s residence in Washington last month.
Mahmut Sami Ellialti and Ahmet Cengizham Dereci face charges of felony assault with significant bodily injury. Ellialti also faces a charge of felony aggravated assault.
Oslo city representatives have blamed three weeks of arson and violence against police by “youths” in the migrant-dominated Norwegian suburb of Stovner on young people feeling “rootless and restless”.
There are legitimate debates about the limits of presidential authority in every administration. It’s fair to question whether any president, of any party, should be able to engage in military action without Congress because the Constitution grants the legislative branch the authority to declare war.
But there can be no doubt whatsoever that President Trump is acting within his legal authority under the Immigration and Nationality Act which grants him the authority to “suspend the entry of all aliens or any class of aliens as immigrants or nonimmigrants” for as long as he thinks it’s necessary. Obama made use of this power to temporarily halt Iraqi migration. So have other presidents in the past.
An Iraqi man travelling from Stockholm to Hallsberg by train launched a brutal attack on passengers after a Muslim woman was asked to show her ticket, accusing them all of racism.
His promise to admit 25,000 refugees in two months was a disaster, as Trudeau was more concerned with fulfilling an election promise than properly screening migrants coming to Canada.
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As part of the new More Color More Pride campaign and coinciding with the beginning of Pride Month, Philadelphia’s Office of LGBT Affairs and local ad agency, Tierney, unveiled the new flag earlier this month outside of Philadelphia City Hall, CNN reported.
The head of CNN has launched an attack on Donald Trump and other politicians for creating an environment in which journalists are more at threat then most people realise.
“[It is] unconscionable and dangerous and they should know better,” said Jeff Zucker.
Amino Rashid, 24, and two former colleagues who are also Muslim, say they were dismissed after reporting two separate incidents, just days apart.
Rashid said two men berated her for wearing a hijab and told her to take off her “hoodie.” One of those workers allegedly told her that “there are people who feel uncomfortable” about her hijab.