The arrest is part of a wider investigation into "alleged sexual offences in the field of education" in the country.
Daniel Macduff has sued Sunwing Airlines after it advertised a complimentary champagne toast but instead served him sparkling wine.
The Canadian province became the first place in North America to instute a ban effectively stopping Muslim women wearing the niqab or burqa from public services.
Reza Moazami files lawsuit against two Canadian papers over their 'unfair' coverage of trial and 23 year jail term.
Jingyi Wang faces a charge of aggravated assault after allegations she posed as a cosmetic surgeon and left a woman needing medical attention after a procedure.
Joshua Boyle was rescued last week, along with his wife and three children, after five years as captives of the Haqqani network.
The incident comes as drone usage continues to soar, with many aviation agencies rolling out regulations to address safety concerns and avoid such incidents.
Joshua Boyle and his family from Canada were held by the Haqqani network, which is connected to the Taliban, for five years in Afghanistan.
Maurice Thibeault was about to collect the amount but Denise Robertson got a court injunction and prevented him from cashing in.
Michelle Suarez becomes the first transgender person to sit in the senate and is pushing for sweeping reforms of LGBT rights.
Investigators are currently probing the alleged trafficking of the girl, whom the doctor, Ernest Chiu, first met in December 2016.
Judge throws out prosecution case against criminal after ruling there was an unacceptable delay in bringing the case to trial.
Friends and family of a Fort Worth couple who disappeared on their honeymoon have hired search teams after not hearing from Forrest and Dona Sanco, since 25 September.
The risk of dying after surgery is 12% less if your surgeon is a woman rather than a man, a new study by the British Medical Journal has revealed.
State security spokesman Aldo Fasci said police were sent in to calm the disturbance but the fight soon escalated to involve around 250 inmates.
IBTimes UK shares portraits and stories of survivors living in small towns near the epicentre of the earthquake that rocked Mexico on 19 September, killing at least 369 people.
The Bolivian army fought against Che's Ñancahuazú Guerrila, which tried to overthrow the regime and establish a socialist state between 1966 and 1967.