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Freedom Convoy leader Tamara Lich violates bail, arrested

OTTAWA – Tamara Lich, one of the main organizers of the “Freedom Convoy”, was arrested in Alberta for violating the conditions for her bail set by the court. This is what the Ottawa police say. The arrest was confirmed by Eric Granger, one of his lawyers who said he was awaiting further details. Keith Wilson, another lawyer who defended Lich posted on Twitter that “the heroine of the Freedom Convoy” was stopped by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police in Medicine Hat, Alberta, where she lives. 


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Murder in Scarborough school, arrested fourteen years old

TORONTO – The student of the David and Mary Thomson Collegiate, Jahiem Robinson, would have been killed with a single bullet exploded from close range. The suspect, who is only 14 years old and cannot be identified under the Youth Criminal Justice Act, was arrested by the police: he is charged with first-degree murder and attempted murder. 


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Two teenagers were arrested for burning a rainbow flag in Mississauga

Police reported the arrest of two teenagers suspected of burning a rainbow flag after a video of the incident circulated on social media earlier this month. Investigators from the 12th Division Criminal Investigative Bureau, Region of Peel, completed an investigation that began after a video of a rainbow flag being burned on the ground by students at a school circulated on social media. (more…)

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Top secret documents to Russian:
an Italian officer arrested in Rome

EnglishItalianPortugueseSpanishGermanDutchFilipinoPolishChinese (Simplified)ArabicBengaliGreekTurkishKoreanJapanesePersianRomanian ROME – International “spy story” in the heart of Rome, where an officer of the Italian Navy was arrested last night by the Ros of Carabinieri on charges of political and military espionage. The soldier, a frigate captain, was in fact surprised while he gave to an officer of the Russian armed forces, in exchange for money (5 thousand euros), some “classified” documents (top secret), during a clandestine meeting that took place in a parking lot of the capital. (more…)

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