Panopoulos believed to be first person to put pineapple onto a pizza at restaurant in Canada
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The government said Neomar Lander, 17, died when a homemade mortar exploded in his hands. Opposition leaders said he was killed by a tear gas canister.
The woman could have been a victim of 'institutional racism', Justice Minister Kathleen Ganley said.
The city's mayor and Toronto police chief Mark Saunders both have personally apologised to the family.
The woman said it was the law for employees in Canada to speak English – but she was wrong.
"Canada will not back down from its commitment to fight climate change - and nearly every country is on our side."
World War Two veterans return to the battlegrounds of Normandy, the location of the D-Day landings.
Collectors can snap up iconic photos such as Eve Arnold's Marilyn Monroe, Chris Steele-Perkins' Teds and Tiananmen Square's Tank Man for just $100 (£77.72).
On 6 June 1944, British, US and Canadian soldiers descended on Normandy, turning the tide of the Second World War against the Nazis.
He refused to go inside as the huge whirlwind passed by his home.
Nelson Moncada's murder comes as the country enters its third month of political unrest.
Emergency services have started double bagging all narcotics evidence as fentanyl is so deadly.
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Police estimate the guns would have been sold for up to $1.5m.
Elizabeth Wettlaufer also admitted to trying to kill six other patients in her care.
Brazil's President Michel Temer is in danger of being toppled by the testimony given by the owners.
The medical students, doctors and volunteers of the Green Cross First Aid Brigade have been hailed as heroes.