One of "a**hole" Brit tourists facing deportation from New Zealand admits theft

A woman linked to a group of unruly British tourists allegedly causing chaos in New Zealand has reportedly appeared in court charged with theft. As the Mirror Online reported yesterday, the group of around 12 Brits face being deported after a string of alleged offences. Yesterday one of their party, Tina Maria Cash, admitted theft charges after stealing sunglasses, rope […]

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N.B. RCMP asking for public’s help as they investigate construction site break-in, theft

New Brunswick RCMP are asking for the public’s help as they investigate a break-in and theft at a construction site in Hanwell, N.B., a town 15 minutes south of Fredericton. Police say that sometime between Dec. 31, 2018, and Jan. 2, 2019, someone broke into a recently constructed building in the Hanwell industrial park, eventually breaking into a trailer inside the building. The […]

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Former Ivorian leader seeks acquittal on war crimes charges

THE HAGUE (Reuters) – Judges at the International Criminal Court will rule on Tuesday over former Ivory Coast president Laurent Gbagbo’s request to be acquitted and released after more than seven years in custody. Gbagbo, 73, and Charles Blé Goudé, a close ally and former political youth leader, have been on trial since 2016 for war crimes allegedly committed under […]

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Mississauga man arrested after 2 alleged road rage incidents happen minutes apart

Peel regional police say they have arrested a man after two alleged road rage incidents happened just minutes apart in Mississauga. Police said they responded to two road rage calls early on Jan. 1, with the first being at 1:40 a.m. and the second being at 1:45 a.m. In the first incident, police said a 50-year-old man was driving on […]

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Baby boy missing after ‘staged’ abduction

The reported abduction of an 8-month-old boy in San Antonio was staged to cover up “foul play,” police said. Police Chief William McManus declined to indicate during a news conference Monday whether investigators believe the still-missing baby, King Jay Davila, is alive, saying only that the boy was not in a car that the baby’s father, Christopher Davila, 34, reported […]

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Mexican president says fuel theft plan working despite shortages

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said on Monday that the country’s offensive against fuel theft was yielding good results and would continue, though it has provoked fuel shortages and long lines of angry motorists. As part of the campaign to combat chronic theft of gasoline, state oil firm Pemex is changing its distribution, triggering shortages […]

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Scarborough stabbing marks Toronto’s first homicide of 2019

Toronto police say a man is dead after a stabbing in Scarborough early Sunday morning. The man’s death marks Toronto’s first homicide of 2019. Police said they received reports of a stabbing near Gordonridge Pl. and Danforth Rd. around 12:30 a.m. When authorities arrived on scene they located a male in his 30s with obvious signs of trauma to his […]

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