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Friday: Fugitive dentist, Mohamed Fahmy fiancee, Budweiser town, and more...

Authorities in New Brunswick arrest a fugitive dentist, who's wanted for performing a series of nightmarishly grotesque botched procedures on more than 100 patients in Europe...Journalist Mohamed Fahmy is serving a seven-year sentence in an Egyptian prison -- and his fiancée believes getting married now will send a message to the world...and residents of Crested Butte, Colorado are not pleased when...

Authorities in New Brunswick arrest a fugitive dentist, who's wanted for performing a series of nightmarishly grotesque botched procedures on more than 100 patients in Europe...Journalist Mohamed Fahmy is serving a seven-year sentence in an Egyptian prison -- and his fiancée believes getting married now will send a message to the world...and residents of Crested Butte, Colorado are not pleased when Budweiser transforms their small town into a gigantic beer ad

Part One

Fugitive dentist
This week, a fugitive dentist from the Netherlands was arrested in Canada -- and the things he's accused of go beyond even your worst nightmare of sitting in that reclining chair.

Qatar disappearance Two British human rights workers doing research in Qatar have vanished, and so far, officials in that country have been silent.

Budweiser takes over town
"Whatever, USA". A Colorado town's decision to re-brand itself for a huge Bud Light ad stirs controversy.

   

Part Two

Albert Woodfox lawsuit
For 40 years, almost without a break, that's the size of the cell Albert Woodfox has occupied, alone -- and now, he's suing the Louisiana prison service.

Painted grass
They can't fix the drought in California -- but an enterprising businessman will fix your withered lawn with a fresh coat of bright green paint.

   

Part Three

Ukraine ceasefire
Ukraine agrees a ceasefire with separatist rebels. But questions remain over how long the truce will last.

Imprisoned journalist Mohamed Fahmy - fiancee
Canadian journalist Mohamed Fahmy still plans to get married -- even if it means doing it behind the bars of his Egyptian jail cell.

North Korea volcano
two scientists have returned from a rare trip to North Korea, where they analyzed a volcano that covered the surrounding area in ash a millennium ago.

   

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