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France: angry Police; fifth night of mobilization in Paris

The police gathered Friday in several cities of France, for the fifth consecutive time, to tell their being fed up with the assault on four of their Viry-Châtillon after thirteen

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Ukraine: UN unveils a disturbing number of violations of human rights by the Ukrainian Security Service (SBU) and the police

70% of cases of violations of human rights in Ukraine are committed by the Ukrainian Security Service (SBU) and the police. Impunity for violations of human rights undermines efforts to

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Kazakhstan: 4 dead in an attack against the police

Over three policemen and a civilian were killed this morning in Almaty, the commercial capital of Kazakhstan. Coordinated attacks were carried out against the local police and Kazakh special services.

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Iran: police Arrest 40 People for Storming Saudi Embassy in Tehran

The police forces arrested 40 people who had ransacked the Saudi embassy in Tehran last night after Riyadh executed a prominent Muslim cleric, a judiciary official announced on Sunday. Angry

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Haiti police clash with protesters over vote fraud allegations

Police in Haiti have clashed with demonstrators who took to the streets in Port-au-Prince to protest against alleged vote-rigging in the country’s recent presidential election. Dozens of protesters held the

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Bulgarian police find nealry 130 refugees in refrigerated truck

Bulgaria says about 130 refugees have been discovered in a refrigerated truck on the border with Turkey. Bulgaria’s Interior Ministry announced on Saturday that 38 men, 33 women and 58


California police under fire over jaywalking arrest and abuse of black teen

US police in Stockton, California are facing growing criticism after a mobile video showed multiple officers tackling an African-American teenager to the ground and arresting him for jaywalking. Emilio Mayfield,

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Beirut protesters clash with police at demonstration over uncollected rubbish

At least 20 people were injured on Saturday during clashes between police and protesters in Beirut, according to the Red Cross. Police used water cannon, tear gas and rubber bullets


UK: Police Fail Most Child Abuse Victims

Just a third of police cases involving vulnerable British children are being handled to a satisfactory standard, a watchdog says. Police forces are still failing too many young victims of


“We are human beings. We are not animals,” said a Sudanese migrant

Italian police in riot gear forcibly removed a few dozen African migrants on Tuesday who had been camping out for days at Italy’s Mediterranean border with France in hopes of