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Amanda Todd case: RCMP announce 5 charges against Dutch citizen

B.C. RCMP have announced child pornography and internet luring charges against a 35-year-old Dutch citizen in connection with the online sexual extortion of Amanda Todd.

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  • Amanda Todd, 15, is shown in this undated handout photo from one of the many Facebook memorial sites set up after her death. The Canadian PressAmanda Todd investigation updated live by RCMP
    cbc.ca - 2014-04-17 2:28 PM

    B.C. RCMP have called a news conference to update the case involving the online sexual extortion of Amanda Todd after Dutch media reported a man was arrested in the Netherlands. The B.C. teen killed herself in October 2012.

  • Amanda Todd, 15, is shown in this undated handout photo from one of the many Facebook memorial sites set up after her death. The Canadian PressAmanda Todd online bullying leads to arrest in Netherlands: report
    cbc.ca - 2014-04-17 2:28 PM

    A man has been arrested in the Netherlands in connection with the online sexual extortion of Amanda Todd, the B.C. teen who killed herself in October 2012, a Dutch media outlet is reporting.

  • Amanda Todd, 15, is shown in this undated handout photo from one of the many Facebook memorial sites set up after her death. The Canadian PressAmanda Todd bullying leads to arrest in Netherlands: report
    cbc.ca - 2014-04-17 2:28 PM

    A man has been arrested in the Netherlands apparently in connection with the online bullying of Amanda Todd, the B.C. teen who killed herself in October 2012, a Dutch media outlet is reporting.

  • Amanda Todd, 15, is shown in this undated handout photo from one of the many Facebook memorial sites set up after her death. The Canadian PressAmanda Todd bullying leads to arrest in Netherlands
    cbc.ca - 2014-04-17 2:28 PM

    A man has been arrested in the Netherlands apparently in connection with the online bullying of Amanda Todd, the B.C. teen who killed herself in October 2012.

  • Jean-Denis Fréchette, Canada's parliamentary budget officer, says there is little evidence of serious labour shortages or a skills mismatch problem in the country, in a new report published Tuesday. HO, PBO The Canadian PressThousands more public-sector jobs than planned to be cut, watchdog says
    cbc.ca - 2014-04-17 1:20 PM

    Canada's budget watchdog says the federal public service has already lost more jobs than expected and projects thousands more cuts.

  • MP Dan McTeague, parliamentary secretary for Canadians abroad, Friday in Toronto.  CP PHOTO Jacques Boissinot High gas prices not sustainable says Dan McTeague
    cbc.ca - 2014-04-17 12:18 PM

    Gas prices have climbed to a two-year high this week across the country, but at least one analyst says those prices are not sustainable and that prices should drop by this summer.

  • David Kawapit  left  was the young Cree man who instigated the monumental journey from Whapmagoostui, in northern Quebe, to Ottawa. Kawapit is pictured here, with an elder, on the day the group arrived in the nation's capital. Alice BeaudoinQuebec Cree walkers find lasting impact in trek to Ottawa
    cbc.ca - 2014-04-17 11:53 AM

    Last winter, six youth and one elder from a small Cree community in northern Quebec embarked on a 1,600-kilometre journey they hoped would change their lives. By the time they arrived in Ottawa they had received national media attention. But many wondered if it would have lasting impacts on the community.

  • A Canadian soldier looks at a CF-18 as it sits loaded for flight at Camp Fortin on the Trapani-Birgi Air Force Base in Trapani, Italy, on Thursday, September 1, 2011. Sean Kilpatrick The Canadian PressCanada to send 6 CF-18s for NATO operation in Eastern Europe
    cbc.ca - 2014-04-17 11:33 AM

    Canada is sending six CF-18s and military personnel to assist NATO in operations in Eastern Europe, Prime Minister Stephen Harper announced today. The move comes following a request from NATO amid tensions in Eastern Ukraine.

  • A Canadian soldier looks at a CF-18 as it sits loaded for flight at Camp Fortin on the Trapani-Birgi Air Force Base in Trapani, Italy, on Thursday, September 1, 2011. Sean Kilpatrick The Canadian PressCanada sending 6 CF-18s for NATO operation in eastern Europe
    cbc.ca - 2014-04-17 11:33 AM

    Canada is sending six CF-18s and military personnel to assist NATO in operations in Eastern Europe. Prime Minister Stephen Harper was to announce the measures Thursday morning. The move comes following a request from NATO amid increasing tensions in Eastern Ukraine.

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