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Canada Police Break Up Asian Prostitution Ring

Royal Canadian Mounted Police Commissioner Bob Paulson arrives to testify before the Senate national security and defence committee in Ottawa, Canada on March 30, 2015. (Reuters Photo/Chris Wattie)

Montreal. Canadian federal police said on Wednesday they have arrested the leaders of a prostitution ring that smuggled at least 500 women mostly from China and South Korea into the country.


Ebola outbreak: race to notify 131 other passengers on flight that carried second infected nurse

Ebola outbreak: nurse flew while infected

Second US nurse infected with the Ebola virus flew on a commercial flight with 131 other passengers.

Dallas: Authorities in the United States are working to notify the 131 other passengers on the flight that carried a second Texas nurse who has come down with Ebola in Dallas.


First US Ebola-infected nurse moves hospitals

US health worker Nina Pham says she's doing well as she copes with Ebola. Photo / AP

The first Dallas nurse to have contracted Ebola after treating an infected Liberian man is scheduled to be moved to a specialised medical facility in Maryland.


Emergency landing as American Airlines Boeing breaks apart on the inside

An American Airlines Boeing 757 has been forced to make an emergency landing after passengers noticed the cabin wall was starting to break apart in midair. 

Passengers reported hearing a "loud bang" as the walls started to tear apart at the seam, exposing the aircraft's insulation.

The aircraft was on its way from San Francisco to Dallas on Tuesday. The incident occurred about half an hour into the flight.


Bugatti Veyron, the world’s fastest police car, only in Dubai

Dubai police are said to be the most progressive unit in any Arab country, hiring women in the early 1960s who now make up half the force. While their police are being trained for duty they also earn law degrees to bolster their understanding of the law and their duty to uphold it.


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