Canadian police search for man who cut 11-year-old girl's hijab

12 January 2018 @20:01 | Reuters Africa
TORONTO (Reuters) - Toronto police are investigating an attack on an 11-year-old girl whose hijab headcovering was repeatedly cut on her way to school on Friday, heightening pressure on Canadian governments to take further action against attacks on Muslims. continue...


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