According to Delta Air Lines, a customer had told a flight attendant that the woman and her friend didn't have their passports.
The brutal and random attack took place in Wigan at the beginning of November, leaving Morgan Corrigan distraught and scared to leave the house.
The incident, which happened in the town of Umhlanga, came days before South Africa marks 16 days of Activism for no violence against women and children.
Sales of fake goods on Facebook has generated milions of pounds in revenue but social media giant has failed to take action.
The offensive messages were handwritten and sent on several A4 sheets and put in the couple's letterbox.
"I thought he was just going to walk past me and keep going. Then I heard him smelling me from behind," Dan Hartley said.
Deputy Nevins, also known as the "bear whisperer", followed the animals in his cruiser and asked chuckling, "What are you guys doing?" Then added, "Fleeing felons."
The seven-second video features Nitro, the newest member of the Gulf Shores Police Department's K9 Unit, doing push-ups with two police officers.
"It is important that people understand how foreign actors tried to sow division and mistrust using Facebook," the social media firm said.
The president's son Chatunga Bellarmine Mugabe is known for his love of partying and luxury, even pouring champagne over a $60,000 Rolex in one video posted online.
In the coming weeks, Apple will be expected to start paying back €13 billion in taxes. Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar says he wants the funds "without delays".
Adele Rennie pleaded guilty to 18 charges including stalking, sexual offences, data protection breaches and attempting to pervert justice.
Ten-year-old Kye was reunited with his beloved Doggy Woof Woof following an appeal by LittleBlueCup, a project launched to find rare lost items for autistic children.
"What I saw from the inside was a company that prioritized data collection from its users over protecting them from abuse," former platform operations manager Sandy Parakilas said.
Leading researchers castigated a federal plan that would use artificial intelligence (AI) methods to scrutinise immigrants and visa applicants, saying it is unworkable as written.
On 15 November, Fort Bend County Sheriff Troy Nehls had threatened Karen Fonseca with a disorderly conduct charge over the "offensive" sticker.
Vitaly Bespalov said IRA employees working in the "American department" were paid about $1,300 to $2000 per month to create inflammatory content.
The Facebook group has 33,200 members and is still growing. A white bread ham sandwich isn't the best way to win them over, though...
McNamee has called on Facebook to contact every person who was exposed to the Russian-bought ads during the 2016 election.
David Dearlove, 71, is accused of killing his stepson Paul Booth, 19 months, at their home in Stockton-on-Tees in October 1968. He denies murder at Teesside Crown Court.