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Darren Smalley, Craig Stoner, Joshua Finbow and Simon Radford, left to right, members of the British navy in Nova Scotia for a hockey tournament, are...
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Bail granted in British navy sex assault case

NewsAlert:Four members of Royal Navy accused of Halifax sex assault get bail

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