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Winnipeg police, the province and community groups have announced a new way for victims of sexual assault to report the crime, even if they do not want to have contact with police or have the incident be dealt with by the courts. According to police, the incidents took place between 2016 and 2018 at the Iris Day Spas, located at 1620 152 Street and at 10160 152 Street in Surrey.
  • Court hearing discloses Trump lawyer's third client is Fox News' Sean Hannity

    Court hearing discloses Trump lawyer's third client is Fox News' Sean Hannity

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    Prosecutors with the USA attorney's office in Manhattan said they have a "filter team" of lawyers separate from those involved in the investigation in place to review the documents for any communications between Cohen and his clients. From 2007 to 2017, Cohen worked as a lawyer for Trump and the Trump Organization. We knew he also facilitated a $1.6 million payment to a Playmate who got pregnant during an affair with Elliott Broidy, the former deputy finance chair for the Republican National ...
  • Ant given driving ban and fine after pleading guilty to drink-driving

    Ant given driving ban and fine after pleading guilty to drink-driving

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    Meanwhile a witness statement from a driver of one of the two cars involved in the collision with McPartlin said that he and his wife "could have died as a result of Mr McPartlin's reckless driving". The judge said: "You were a man of good character. you have lost that good character". In a statement read out in court, McPartlin said he "accepts full responsibility" for the incident.
  • France's President Emmanuel Macron says Syria operation was 'legitimate'

    France's President Emmanuel Macron says Syria operation was 'legitimate'

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    Appearing live on French television BFM and online investigative site Mediapart, the 40-year-old leader said the US, Britain and France had "full global legitimacy to intervene" with the strikes, to enforce worldwide humanitarian law. The NATO alliance gave its full backing; NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg said the attack was about ensuring that chemical weapons can not be used with impunity.
  • Nikki Haley warns USA chemical weapons attack 'could easily happen' here

    Nikki Haley warns USA chemical weapons attack 'could easily happen' here

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    I think everyone knows that we sent a strong message, and our hope is that they listen to us'. The Treasury Department told DailyMail.com it "does not comment on prospective actions". Macron, appearing on television in Paris, suggested that he had played a key role in persuading Trump both to act in Syria and to stabilize the region long-term.
  • Bruce McArthur: suspected Canadian serial killer charged with eighth murder

    Bruce McArthur: suspected Canadian serial killer charged with eighth murder

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    The alleged victim has been identified as Kirushna Kumar Kanagaratnam. Idsinga said more remains might be found in the planters at the home McArthur used as storage and that 75 properties linked to the landscaper are under investigation. The charges relate to the deaths of Selim Esen , 44, Abdulbasir Faizi, 44, Majeed Kayhan, 58, Andrew Kinsman, 49, Dean Lisowick, 47, Soroush Mahmudi, 50, and Skandaraj Navaratnam, 40.
  • USA pastor faces espionage, terror charges in Turkey trial

    USA pastor faces espionage, terror charges in Turkey trial

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    Brunson, who has lived in Turkey for 23 years, rejects the accusations. The lawyer for a USA pastor who goes on trial in Turkey on Monday over alleged links to a group accused of orchestrating a failed military coup said the preacher had been arrested for his Christian faith.
  • U.S. takes technology battle up a notch with ZTE export ban

    U.S. takes technology battle up a notch with ZTE export ban

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    As part of the agreement, Shenzhen-based ZTE Corp promised to dismiss four senior employees and discipline 35 others by either reducing their bonuses or reprimanding them, senior Commerce Department officials told Reuters . ZTE officials did not immediately respond to requests for comment. After the US placed export restrictions on ZTE in 2016 for Iran sanctions violations, the China's Ministry of Commerce and Foreign Ministry criticized the decision.
  • 46 injured as protesters clash with Police in Yerevan

    46 injured as protesters clash with Police in Yerevan

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    Protest leaders have vowed to hold demonstrations outside the building where Sarkisian is expected to be nominated . Some chanted "Armenia without Serzh" and "Serzh is a liar". "Something unprecedented is happening in Armenia - the same person wants to become the country's leader for a third time", Pashinian said at the weekend.
  • Humanitarian grounds justify Syria attack, says Theresa May

    Humanitarian grounds justify Syria attack, says Theresa May

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    International Development Secretary Penny Mordaunt opposed calls from MPs including Mr Corbyn - who has called for a War Powers Act - to give Parliament greater powers over military interventions. "We are prepared to sustain this response until the Syrian regime stops its use of prohibited chemical agents", the United States president said in a televised address.
  • United Nations rejects Russian attempt to condemn USA 'aggresion'

    United Nations rejects Russian attempt to condemn USA 'aggresion'

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    Assad denies he has used chemical weapons, and the US has yet to present evidence of what it says led to the allied action: a chlorine gas attack on civilians in Douma on April 7 that killed more than 40 people. The Sunday Times also said that British spy officials had been preparing for Russia-backed hackers to release embarrassing information on politicians and other high-profile people since the attack on the Skripals.
  • Several inmates dead after incident at SC prison

    Several inmates dead after incident at SC prison

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    Monday. The S.C. Department of Corrections said on Twitter around the same time that an incident involving "multiple inmate on inmate altercations" in three housing units at the prison began around 7:15 p.m. Lee County Fire & Rescue says multiple agencies were called into assist with the "mass-casualty incident" at the prison. One inmate killed another in February.
  • Inmates Killed, 17 More Injured, in South Carolina Prison Violence

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    Officials with the department of corrections say the fighting began at 7:15 p.m. South Carolina Department of Corrections did not immediately return a request for comment Monday morning. Overview of the Lee Correctional Facility in Bishopville, South Carolina. Lee Correctional - located in Bishopville, 55 miles east of Columbia - has had several violent eruptions in the past.