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Three charged in killing of Tina Fontaine's cousin

Three charged in killing of Tina Fontaine's cousin

Bryer Prysiazniuk-Settee, 24, was shot near Powers Street and Aberdeen Avenue on February 8. Winnipeg police spokesman Jay Murray said Wednesday that Fontaine was in the wrong place at the wrong time. Malcolm Miles Mitchell , 24, has been charged with second-degree murder and arson with disregard for Fontaine's slaying, while Jason Michael Meilleur , 38, has been charged with manslaughter in connection with the same incident.


Air Canada flight lands after passenger tries to open cabin door

Air Canada flight lands after passenger tries to open cabin door

Finally, crew and passengers chose to subdue the man, who as may be seen, is tall and youthful looking, while they waited for officers to board in Orlando. The spokesperson also added it's impossible to open an exit door while a plane is in flight. According to a criminal complaint, Courneyea then began yelling at terrified passengers before making his was to the back of the plane, where he allegedly grabbed two coffee pots and began violently swinging them at crew members.


Richie Towell to go out on loan from Brighton

Richie Towell to go out on loan from Brighton

Seagulls manager Chris Hughton has signalled his intention to loan the former Dundalk star out to a Championship club next season. Brighton and Hove Albion will be playing in the Premier League next year - but Richie Towell will be remaining in the Championship.



Global cyber attack to wreak more havoc

He warned governments against stockpiling such vulnerabilities and said instead they should report them to manufacturers - not sell, store or exploit them, lest they fall into the wrong hands. Cyber-security specialists are bracing themselves for new versions of the computer "worm" - so-called because it burrows its way deep into computer systems - to materialise in the coming day.


Mom warns about fidget spinner choking hazard after girl needs surgery

Mom warns about fidget spinner choking hazard after girl needs surgery

Manufacturers say the gadgets aren't just fun to play with, but also help people with ADHD, anxiety, autism and various other conditions. When she looked in the rearview mirror, she saw Britton, red-faced with drool pouring from her mouth. A 10-year-old girl from Texas had to have surgery after she swallowed a fidget spinner, a new toy fad topping charts across the country. The twirling toys have become so popular lately that they've been banned in some schools.


May promises boost to workers' rights

May promises boost to workers' rights

Theresa May will unveil a "new deal for workers" with a commitment to further increases in the national living wage in the Conservative Party manifesto. After addressing the Royal College of Nursing conference in Liverpool, the Labour leader told reporters: 'Would this be the same Prime Minister that presides over an economy where six million people earn less than the living wage, where a million are on zero hours contracts, that put in tribunal fees to prevent workers who suffer injustice at ...