In the latest revelation on collusion between Loyalist terror groups and the British state during the Northern Ireland troubles (1968-1998), it has been revealed that a former Loyalist terror leader collaborated with both the police and the army.
Police will be unable to arrest suspects wanted abroad in the event of a no-deal Brexit and have been pressing the government for months to plug a loophole in the law, the officer in charge of no-deal planning for police chiefs said.
Decades after they helped save lives in the US capital, police and fire department call boxes still stand on city corners, relics of a time when firefighters used horse-drawn wagons and cops walked the beat.
One person has been killed and 10 others have been injured in an attack at a vocational college in eastern Finland, police say, as local media quote witnesses as saying that the assailant, a young man, used a sword to carry out the attack.
Indonesian President Joko Widodo on Friday called for police restraint and promised an investigation into the deaths of two students killed during protests that have spread to become the country’s biggest in decades.
Deputy Commander of the Islamic Republic of Iran Police Brigadier-General Ayyoob Soleimani said on Thursday that police seized a huge haul of narcotics in Orumiyeh, West Azerbaijan province, northwestern Iran.
Police in France have been forcing some 1,000 refugees to leave a gymnasium in the vicinity of the northern port of Dunkirk following a court ruling that declared the makeshift camp a health and security hazard.