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The Harper government believes it has successfully buried the mountain of evidence demonstrating Canada's longstanding complicity in torture and extraordinary renditions, both violations of international law. But the UN Committee against Torture wants answers from Canada June 1, 2013, about whether it has followed committee recommendations that would bring it into compliance with legal obligations. Meanwhile, the International Criminal Court has indicated several times in recent years that it is considering a formal investigation into Canada's role in Afghan detainee torture.
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