Wednesday, March 20, 2019

US Border officer revives baby girl who stopped breathing

BLAINE, Wash. -- American border officers managed to revive a baby girl who stopped breathing while she and her mother were in line to cross into the United States. The U.S. Customs and Border Protection office says the mother and her infant were waiting on Friday at the crossing in Blaine, Wash., when the woman called for help. (CTV News)

Man arrested after ramming car through door, speeding onto runway at Lyon airport

PARIS — Pursued by police vehicles, a man smashed a stolen car Monday into security barriers at two airports in Lyon, southeast France, and then crashed through two glass doors of a terminal and sped onto the runway, before being arrested. (National Post)
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  • Canadian woman arrested for allegedly slapping US border guard

    NIAGARA FALLS - A Canadian woman is facing charges in the United States after allegedly slapping a border guard who refused to let her enter the United States. (CTV News)

    Photo of police officer breastfeeding malnourished infant goes viral

    BUENOS AIRES - A police officer in Argentina performed a "gesture of love" after she heard a crying baby that needed to be fed. Officer Celeste Ayala breastfed the malnourished infant, a moment that was captured in a photo and went viral on social media. (CBS News)

    Cop who fatally shot man sues IIO

    VANCOUVER - The RCMP officer who shot Peter de Groot to death back in 2014 is suing B.C.'s police watchdog for the stress he experienced during its years-long investigation. (CTV)

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