Global National: Aug. 31, 2022 | New book alleges Canadian spy smuggled ISIS recruits into Syria

The Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS) is facing tough questions, as a new book alleges one of its spies, Mohammed Al Rasheed, played a key role in smuggling people into Syria to join the so-called Islamic State. Mercedes Stephenson explains what Canadians should make of the claims, the concerns over how intelligence agencies operate, and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's response. The U.S. Department of Justice has released bombshell images from the FBI's search of Donald Trump's Florida home. Neetu Garcha shows you the damning new evidence against Trump, what else he and his team are accused of, and his reaction. As tributes pour in for the late Mikhail Gorbachev, the death of the Soviet Union's last leader is spurring mixed reactions among world powers. Redmond Shannon looks at the differing perceptions and what they illustrate about his legacy. You have probably heard of the term "quiet quitting," which is gaining traction among workers who are tired of going above and beyond for little return. Now, there's a new workplace phenomenon that's the flip side of that. Anne Gaviola explains how "quiet firing" is impacting workplaces. It has now been 25 years since Princess Diana died in a car crash. Her untimely death sent shockwaves around the globe. She was only 36 years old. Eric Sorensen looks at Diana's lasting legacy as one of the most compelling women of the 20th century, and how she helped change the monarchy. For more info, please go to Subscribe to Global News Channel HERE: Like Global News on Facebook HERE: Follow Global News on Twitter HERE: Follow Global News on Instagram HERE: #GlobalNews #globalnational


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