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Justin Trudeau appealed to French speaking nations to work on LGBT rights

PinkNews Saturday, 26 November 2016 ()
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau took a stand for LGBT and women's rights at la Francophonie, an international organisation of primarily French speaking countries.
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News video: Canada’s Trudeau defends warm Castro remarks after backlash

Canada’s Trudeau defends warm Castro remarks after backlash 01:10

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, criticized for fondly remembering Fidel Castro and offering his "deepest condolences" without mention of his human rights record, defends his comments. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

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