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  • 2 Canadians arrested for taking naked photos at Machu Picchu

    Just days after Peru's Ministry of Culture called the practice "disrespectful," two Canadian tourists have been arrested for taking nude photos at the historic Machu Picchu site.

    Peruvian media reports say the 20-year-old Canadians were arrested on Wednesday for taking photos of each other at the archaeological monument.

    The reports identify the Canadians as Marc Antoine Daudelin and Patrice Mathieu and say they were taken away by police and their cellphone photographs erased.

    The arrest of the Canadians came a few hours after a pair of Australian tourists were arrested — also for taking nude photos at Machu Picchu.
    Nude photos or videos taken at Machu Picchu have recently become common on social media and Peruvian officials have called the practice obscene or profane to the sacred site.

    Earlier in the week, Peruvian authorities announced they were stepping up security at Machu Picchu to prevent tourists "from committing this type of behaviour."


    More: http://www.cbc.ca/news/world/2-canad...cchu-1.2574184

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    Canadian shot in Barbados robbery kept alive by wife

    A Canadian couple has a harrowing story to tell after masked men broke into their Caribbean vacation home and shot one of them during a struggle.

    Jonathan and Heather Hubble say the ordeal — in which he was shot and his wife performed first aid while waiting an hour for an ambulance — has brought them closer together, deepening their respect for each other and leaving them grateful they and their infant daughter are safe.

    The Hubbles, who are both in the Army, were vacationing in Barbados last month when four masked men walked into the house they were sharing with other family members.


    More: http://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/cana...wife-1.2600967

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      Kelly Jones, former hockey coach, pleads guilty to sexual assaults


      A former children's hockey coach pleaded guilty Monday to dozens of sexual offence charges relating to nine victims going back decades.

      In September 2013 Ottawa police first charged Kelly Jones, 58, of Ottawa, after allegations he had sexually assaulted a boy who played for the Riverside Rams hockey team. The incidents took place at Jones' apartment and, later, at a house Jones purchased.

      In that case, police charged Jones with sexual assault, sexual interference, invitation to sexual touching and sexual exploitation of a young male.


      More: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/ottawa...ults-1.2601238

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        Kelly Jones, hockey coach accused of sex assault, to be sentenced today

        A former Ottawa minor hockey coach will learn how much time he will spend in prison at a sentencing hearing today after pleading guilty to dozens of sexual offence charges.

        Kelly Jones, 58, pleaded guilty in April to sexual assaults involving nine victims going back decades.

        Ottawa police first charged Jones in September 2013 with allegations he sexually assaulted a boy who played for a hockey team Jones coached. The incidents took place at Jones' apartment and, later, at a house Jones purchased.


        More: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/ottawa...oday-1.2739066

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          Hockey coach Kelly Jones sentenced to 8 years for sexual assaults

          An Ontario Superior Court judge sentenced a 58-year-old former minor hockey coach to eight years in prison Monday for dozens of sexual offence charges relating to 11 victims.

          Kelly Jones, 58, pleaded guilty in April to sexual assaults involving 11 victims going back decades and spanning more than 35 years.

          That includes two sexual assaults that had previously been under a publication ban because Jones was under 16 when they happened.


          More: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/ottawa...ults-1.2739066

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