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Oxfam calls on donors to take immediate action to help as many as 20 million people now at risk of starvation.     ... more

Canada must act immediately to condemn the Executive Order, distance its refugee policy from that of the USA and ensure measures are taken to increase support to the world’s most vulnerable populations, who have already suffered enough devastating wars and immeasurable losses. 

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