Montreal to pay $3 million to protestors whose rights were violated by city police

Riot police charge during an anti-police brutality demonstration in Montreal, Friday, March 15, 2013. The City of Montreal will pay more than $3 million to hundreds of protestors whose rights were violated by city police. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Ryan Remiorz Riot police charge during an anti-police brutality demonstration in Montreal, Friday, March 15, 2013. The City of Montreal will pay more than $3 million to hundreds of protestors whose rights were violated by city police. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Ryan Remiorz

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BREAKING | Biden says he gave the order for Chinese balloon shootdown

President Joe Biden said on Saturday that he ordered U.S. officials to shoot down the suspected Chinese spy balloon earlier this week and that national security leaders decided the best time for the operation was when it got over water.

In this photo provided by Brian Branch, a large balloon drifts above the Kingston, N.C. area, with an airplane and its contrail seen below it. The United States says it is a Chinese spy balloon moving east over America at an altitude of about 60,000 feet (18,600 metres), but China insists the balloon is just an errant civilian airship used mainly for meteorological research that went off course due to winds and has only limited "self-steering" capabilities. (Brian Branch via AP)

Eyes on the sky as Chinese balloon shot down over Atlantic

Eyes were locked on the skies Saturday as a suspected Chinese spy balloon passed over the U.S. Eastern Seaboard -- where local authorities warned civilians against taking potshots with rifles -- before it was shot down when it drifted over the Atlantic Ocean.