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Deadly terrorist attack on Indonesia police headquarters
Indonesian police on Wednesday shot dead four sword-wielding men who attacked a police headquarters in Sumatra, killing one officer, the latest in a spate of terrorist attacks across the Muslim-majority country.
Australia gives police new powers as terror fears grow
The Australian government has passed new security laws that will empower police to freely check the identification of individuals at airports, as Australia remains on edge over fears of terrorism.
8 bodies found on Northern Cyprus coast, police say
A total of eight bodies have been found washed up on the shores of Northern Cyprus over the past two days, police say, adding that the dead are believed to be Syrian refugees.
Iran deplores lack of int’l cooperation with cyber police
While Iran has launched close cooperation with the international community in combatting cybercrimes, it has not received the necessary reciprocal support from outside, a top commander said.
Turkish police detain dozens of protesters in Istanbul on May Day
Turkish anti-riot police in Istanbul have arrested over 50 people and placed a security lockdown on the Turkish metropolis as the city marked the International Labor Day, known as the May Day.
Police: 296 cyberattacks on Iran’s vital systems in 2017
Iran’s Cyber Police Chief General Kamal Hadianfar said there have been 296 serious attacks on the country’s vital infrastructure in 2017, 50 percent of which were launched from the US and China.
Mexico police confirm murder of three missing students
Police in Mexico have announced that three film students who went missing near the major city of Guadalajara five weeks ago were kidnapped, tortured, murdered, and dissolved in acid by members of a drug cartel.
Spain: Police officer risks life to save migrant drowning in Mediterranean
A police officer from the Spanish Civil Guard has dived into the waters off Ceuta's Mediterranean coast to save a drowning female migrant.
Lula begins prison sentence in Brazil after giving himself up to police
Brazil’s former president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva has handed himself in to police after spending two nights at the metalworkers’ union headquarters in São Paulo in defiance of an arrest warrant.
Police tighten security in Catalonia ahead of separatist protests
Police have stepped up security measures in Catalonia as separatists plan to hold more protests to express their support for independence from Spain.
9 out of 10 Rio residents fear being caught in crossfire: poll
Nine out of 10 residents in Rio de Janeiro fear being caught in crossfire between police and criminals, a new poll said Monday.
Police chief lauds high level of security in Iran
Iranian Police chief on Sunday lauded the high level of security inside the country and in the borders.
Spanish police arrest suspected mastermind of bank hacks
Spanish police have arrested the suspected leader of a gang of cyber criminals that stole as much as 1 billion euros ($1.2 billion) from banks by altering account balances and instructing automatic teller machines to issue cash, Europol said Monday.
Israeli police question Netanyahu in telecom corruption case
Israeli police questioned Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday over his alleged dealings with the country’s largest telecommunication company, Israel Radio said, in one of three corruption cases weighing on the leader’s political future.
German police detain ex-Catalan leader Puigdemont on European arrest warrant
German police on Sunday arrested Catalonia's former president Carles Puigdemont as he crossed over by car from Denmark.

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