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By Karl Knox

A Montreal couple is filing a complaint with the police ethics board and the Quebec Human Rights Commission after being racially profiled and exposed to excessive force during their arrest.

According to CBC News, two police officers confronted Tayana Jacques and Brian Mann for laughing and talking loudly before handcuffing Jacques, throwing her onto the hood of her car and rifling through her possessions.

Mann was tackled by three officers who slammed his face into the pavement and pepper sprayed him.

Both Jacques and Mann were injured in the incident and each received a $444 ticket for excessive noise.

Montreal police have yet to comment on the incident.


By Loren O'Brien-Egesborg

Four people were found dead inside a burned vehicle on a logging road in Timmins, Ontario on Friday afternoon.

According to CBC News, forensic investigators are still looking into the identity of the victims.

The Timmins Police Service is continuing to investigate the cause of their deaths.


By Patricia Petit Liang

A suicide bomb attack killed at least 57 people and injured 119 others in the Afghan capital of Kabul on Sunday.

According to BBC News, the IS claims to have carried out the attack on the voter registration centre.

This has been the deadliest attack in Kabul since 100 people were killed near government buildings and embassies in January.