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Military police charge recruit with sexual assault second case this month

first_imgOTTAWA – A military recruit has been charged with sexual assault in relation to a series of alleged incidents at a Quebec training camp last fall, the second such case in as many weeks.Military police say the most recent charges relate to the alleged assault of three people undergoing basic training at the Canadian Forces Leadership and Recruit School in Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu in November.Pte. Jeremy August has been charged with three counts of sexual assault, with the case now proceeding through the military justice system.Last week, military police charged another recruit who was attending the same school in September with four counts of sexual assault and two counts of assault.Military police spokesman, navy Lt. Blake Patterson said there was no connection between the two cases.Recruits at the school go through a 12-week basic training course before moving on to more advanced training in other areas.last_img read more

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The Latest FlyDubai says to continue with Boeing model

first_imgADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia — The Latest on Ethiopian Airlines crash (all times local):11:15 a.m.The Mideast budget airline FlyDubai says it will continue to fly Boeing 737 Max 8 aircraft after reviewing a recent U.S. regulator statement about the aircraft.FlyDubai says that “no further action is required at this time” over the aircraft, a workhorse in the Dubai government-owned carrier’s fleet.The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration said Monday that while others have drawn similarities between the Indonesia and Ethiopia crashes, the agency was not.The FlyDubai statement says it remains “confident in the airworthiness of our fleet.” It operates 11 Boeing 737 Max-8 jetliners.___10:15 a.m.A team of U.S. aviation experts has arrived in Ethiopia to join an investigation into Sunday’s crash of an Ethiopian Airlines jetliner that killed 157 people.As questions grow about the new Boeing plane involved in the crash, the Federal Aviation Administration said late Monday it is at the crash site outside the capital, Addis Ababa, with representatives from the National Transportation Safety Board.They join an Ethiopian-led investigation that includes authorities from neighbouring Kenya and elsewhere.The plane crashed six minutes into a flight to Nairobi and a growing number of countries and airlines have grounded the new Boeing 737 Max 8 jetliner as a result.One witness has told The Associated Press that smoke was coming from the plane’s rear before it crashed.The Associated Presslast_img read more