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Hispanic pastor abuse charges: arrested for rape of minors

North Carolina authorities confirmed they have filed more than 50 charges against a Hispanic pastor They suspect that he sexually abused several minors from the small town Óscar Vera Jiménez, 53, had been detained since last weekend after being accused of raping a child Hispanic Pastor Minor Abuse Charges Óscar Vera Jiménez. This Friday the North Carolina state authorities confirmed a Hispanic pastor who they suspect of sexually abused several minors has presented more than 50 charges against him, this occurred in the Latino community of a small town in the center, according to Efe. The subject known as Óscar Vera Jiménez, 53, was detained since last weekend after being accused of abusing a minor, but several other children gave their testimony against him, also for alleged s...
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Islamic center targeted by projectiles | A wanted suspect

The SPVM is looking for the man who fired at a mosque on April 5 at around 7 p.m. in the Rosemont district in Montreal. Posted on April 16, 2021 at 10:01 p.m. Alice Girard-BosséPress The investigators of the Incidents and Hate Crimes Module are asking the public for help in identifying a man who discharged an air gun on the facade of a mosque located on Bélanger Street in the Rosemont district. A video showing the attack on the Montreal Islamic community center recently circulated on the web. In the sequence filmed by a security camera, an ...
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The Paris Opera gets its hands on Venezuelan prodigy Gustavo Dudamel

Venezuelan Gustavo Dudamel, a star conductor acclaimed in the world's largest venues, has been appointed musical director of the Paris Opera, the institution announced on Friday. The 40-year-old maestro, who succeeds the Swiss Philippe Jordan, will take office in August for a six-year term. He will continue to serve as director of the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra, which he has conducted si...
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Shop windows ransacked in Old Montreal: the SPVM is looking for suspects

The Service de police de la Ville de Montréal (SPVM) is asking the public for help in trying to find the people who smashed shop windows in the streets of Old Montreal last Sunday, on the sidelines of a demonstration against the return curfew at 8 p.m. Sunday night, hundreds of people marched through the streets of Old Montreal to oppose the return of the curfew at 8 p.m. The crowd first danced ...
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Police union gives “100% reason” to officer who killed Adam Toledo

The police union gives "100% reason" to the officer who killed Adam Toledo Just yesterday Chicago police showed the public for the first time the images from the body camera of Officer Stillman, who shot the boy and fatally wounded him Catanzara indicated that the officer had very little time to 'confirm' whether the boy had a concealed pistol and commented that "the officer's actions were truly heroic." The police union gives "100% reason" to the officer who killed Adam Toledo, after the images of the persecution and murder of the 13-year-old Hispanic youth in Chicago, Illinois were disseminated. Just yesterday Chicago police showed the public for the first time the images from the body camera of Officer Stillman, who shot Adam Toledo and fatally wounded him. Hours later, th...
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‘Disgusted’: Miller reacts to the actions of a security guard towards an indigenous woman

Indigenous Services Minister Marc Miller has expressed his displeasure over a video showing a security guard in a physical altercation with an Indigenous woman accused of shoplifting from a grocery store.The nine-minute video posted to social media Wednesday shows a man, who identifies himself as a security guard, kneeling over the woman while trying to handcuff her in the parking lot of the Saskatoon store. Read more: Owner 'horrified' after altercation involving indigenous woman outside her Saskatoon store The woman, saying that she threw the receipt for her purchases in the trash, fights with the man and at one point hits him in the face.Miller said Friday that he saw a brief clip of the altercation."Just as disgusted as any other video of the same nature...
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Declassified documents | The CIA wanted to assassinate Raúl Castro in 1960

(Washington) The earliest known CIA attempt to assassinate a leader of the Cuban Revolution dates back to 1960, when an agent offered $ 10,000 to the pilot who was bringing Raúl Castro back from Prague to Havana to "fix an accident." according to documents declassified and released Friday by the National Security Archive. Posted on April 16, 2021 at 9:06 p.m. France Media Agency This pilot called José Raúl Martinez, who had been recruited by the CIA, had asked in exchange, if he himself had to die during the operation, that the United States take charge of th...
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Toffoli and the Canadian defeat the Flames 2-1

(Montreal) The Canadiens took advantage of a bit of luck to save the furniture in their two-game series against the Calgary Flames. Posted on April 16, 2021 at 8:45 p.m. Updated at 9:35 p.m. Alexis Belanger-ChampagneThe Canadian Press Tyler Toffoli scored his second goal of the game with 4:15 to go in the third period and the Montreal team won 2-1 on Friday night at the Bell Center. > (Re) read our live coverage> Read the match summary The Cana...
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The Canadian defeats the Flames 2-1

The Canadian managed to save the furniture in his two-game series against the Calgary Flames. Tyler Toffoli scored his second goal of the game with 4:15 to go in the third period, as the Montreal team won 2-1 on Friday night at the Bell Center. The Canadian rebounded after suffering a 4-1 loss against the Flames on Wednesday. The Habs are once again six points ahe...
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Mike Pompeo pinned for ethical breaches when he was Trump’s secretary of state

Mike Pompeo speaking from Atlanta, Georgia on December 9, 2020. TAMI CHAPPELL / AFP The results of an investigation could tarnish Mike Pompeo's political ambitions. The former chief of the American diplomacy entrusted, with his wife Susan, of the personal tasks to agents paid with the money of the taxpayer, an ethical breach pinned in a report of the inspector general of the State Department unveiled Friday 16 April. These accusations are the result of internal investigations that sparked a heated debate when former President Donald Trump sacked last May, at the request of the then secretary of state, the Inspector General who had just come from 'open this investigation. The investigation continued, including after the departure of the Republican government in January. ...
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Interception of an Aboriginal woman | Minister Marc Miller “disgusted”

(Ottawa) Indigenous Services Minister Marc Miller has expressed disgust over a video that shows a security guard in a physical altercation with an Indigenous woman accused of shoplifting at a grocery store. Posted on April 16, 2021 at 8:14 p.m. The Canadian Press The nine-minute video posted to social media Wednesday shows a man, who identifies as a security guard, kneeling over the woman as he attempts to handcuff her in the parking lot of a Saskatoon store. The woman, who claims to have thrown the receipt for her purchases in the t...
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Brazil | Government says it can slow deforestation with billion in aid

(Brasilia) If Brazil received a billion dollars in aid from the international community, it would be able to reduce illegal deforestation in the Amazon rainforest by up to 40%, Environment Minister Ricardo Salles said on Friday. an interview with AFP. Posted on April 16, 2021 at 8:08 p.m. France Media Agency "If we had this billion dollar resource […] From May and for a period of 12 months, it is possible to commit to a reduction of 30 to 40% of deforestation, ”he said during an interview in Brasilia. This estimate comes after the le...