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Bahrain detains state journalist over criticizing media ‘misinformation' on Yemen war
Bahraini police have detained a journalist, who works for a pro-government daily newspaper, after he criticized the media’s “misinformation campaign” surrounding the devastating Saudi-led war on Yemen.
Thousands of UK environmental activists block London roads, police arrest 113
Thousands of environmental activists in Britain have paralyzed parts of central London by blocking the capital’s most iconic locations in a bid to force the UK government to do more to tackle climate change.
Two arrested with 167 rhino horns in huge South Africa haul
South African police said on Sunday they had found 167 rhino horns believed to be destined for Asia and nabbed two suspects in a sting operation in the North West province.
Police open fire after attack outside Ukraine embassy in London
Police in the British capital have fired gunshots to contain an attack in front of the Ukrainian embassy in London with authorities yet to determine whether terrorism had a role.
Police, 'yellow vest' demonstrators clash in downtown Toulouse
French anti-riot police have clashed with "yellow vest" protesters in the city of Toulouse as President Emmanuel Macron prepares to announce a series of policy changes to end the months-long protests which started in November to oppose fuel tax increases.
Sudan police say 11 killed in Khartoum
Sudan’s Information Minister has cited a report by Khartoum police as saying that 11 people were killed during security incidents in the capital on Tuesday.
Greek police clash with migrants after 'fake news' border movement
Greek police scuffled with hundreds of migrants who gathered near the northern city of Thessaloniki on Friday hoping to enter North Macedonia.
UK police gather 10,000 officers in preparation for no-deal unrest
Police in the United Kingdom have called on politicians and activists to exercise restraint in their debates about Brexit as some 10,000 special officers are mobilized to respond to warnings that a failure to leave the European Union on April 12 would cause major unrest.
UK police given vast stop and search powers amid surge in knife crime
Police in the United Kingdom have been allowed to openly use stop and search powers to better tackle knife crime despite concerns that the decision could unfairly affect black people and other minorities.
German police arrest 10 people suspected of plotting major attacks
German police have arrested 10 people suspected of planning major attacks with stockpiled weapons and explosives, a prosecution spokesman says.
South Korean police consider restricting elderly driving at night, on expressways
South Korea’s police said they are considering restricting elderly people's driving at night and on expressways as part of measures to improve the nation's traffic safety.
Myanmar police seize massive haul of meth pills
Myanmar authorities seized more than 10 million meth pills worth $13.3 million over the weekend, police said on Monday, another massive haul in a country widely believed to be the world's largest methamphetamine producer.
Police teargas Venezuelan protesters at Colombia border amid aid row
Venezuelan police have fired tear gas canisters on raging crowds of anti-government protesters who wanted to cross the border into Colombia for work, amid opposition leader Juan Guaido's vow that humanitarian aid would enter the crisis-hit South American country in open defiance of President Nicolas Maduro.
Italy: Turin anarchists clash with police
Violent clashes broke out between police and anarchists in Turin on Saturday, after they were evicted from an occupied school.
Chinese police expose fraudulent organizations
The Chinese government made public the names of 43 fraudulent organizations that were uncovered by police during a targeted campaign.

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