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Alphatune promo mp3 format. The Long Dark Alpha v375 SKIDROW Size. zip.Send this page to someone via email OTTAWA – The Senate has passed a motion approving a formal apology to Omar Khadr in the wake of a legal ruling clearing him of a charge of war crimes. The non-binding motion was passed unanimously on Tuesday evening, just two weeks after the Supreme Court of Canada ruled that Khadr was entitled to $10.5 million in compensation for being taken to Afghanistan as a 15-year-old in 2002. READ MORE: Supreme Court of Canada rules Omar Khadr can receive war compensation The federal government had opposed the motion, arguing that the apology was inappropriate and that Khadr was still awaiting final compensation for his detainment. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was the only government senator to oppose the motion on Tuesday, saying an apology was not the appropriate forum for discussion of compensation. Story continues below advertisement WATCH BELOW: Lawyers involved in Omar Khadr’s case join forces to help former Guantanamo detainee 1:33 Lawyers involved in Omar Khadr’s case join forces to help former Guantanamo detainee Lawyers involved in Omar Khadr’s case join forces to help former Guantanamo detainee On July 13, the Supreme Court of Canada ruled that Khadr, a Canadian citizen, was detained unlawfully in the conflict between Canada and al Qaeda, and that he was injured by the force of a military sling he was tied to. Khadr was taken to Afghanistan in 2002 by Canadian soldiers at a Canadian-controlled detention facility. He was 15 years old at the time. In 2010, he pleaded guilty to murder and other charges stemming from a shooting in Afghanistan in July 2002. His sentence was carried out in 2012, but he was released from prison in 2015 because the prosecution accepted that he was too young to have committed the crime. Story continues below advertisement READ MORE: Omar Khadr’s lawyer calls apology ‘inappropriate’, calls for ‘justice’ The $10.5 million, which was earmarked for Khadr’s victims, has been held up in litigation before the Federal Court of Canada and the Supreme Court of Canada. – With files from the Canadian Press# # Copyright (C) 2018 - present Instructure, Inc. # # This file is part of Canvas.
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