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Tortured in Syria, Abdullah Almalki hails long-sought apology as 'victory for Canada'

  • Tue, 21 Mar 2017 03:14

Journalist Mohamed Fahmy and Amnesty International Canada secretary general Alex Neve listen as Abdullah Almalki speaks during a press conference in Ottawa on May 3, 2016. An Ottawa man who was falsely imprisoned in Syria for nearly two years says he's hoping last week's apology and settlement from the federal government will help him finally move on with his life.

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