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Arrests Made In Death Of SFU Professor Ramazan Gencay In Colombia

Darpan News Desk The Canadian Press, 04 Feb, 2019
  • Arrests Made In Death Of SFU Professor Ramazan Gencay In Colombia

OTTAWA — Arrests have been made in the case of a British Columbia university professor found dead in Colombia.


Colombian authorities found the body of Ramazan (Ramo) Gencay outside Medellin in December.


He had been in the country for seminars, and his wife Carole Gencay said he was last seen at a salsa night club on Dec. 6.


Global Affairs Canada says arrests have been made in the death of a Canadian citizen in Colombia.


A department spokesperson says consular services are being provided to the family, and no further information can be disclosed.

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