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Kenya police killed 67 in violence after vote annulment: Rights groups
Human rights groups say as many as 67 people died during a police crackdown on protesters following the annulment of the August presidential election in the East African nation.
Turkey issues arrest warrants for 100 former police officers
Turkey has issued arrest warrants for 100 former police officers as part of the government’s widening crackdown following last year’s attempted coup.
Czech police charge leading PM candidate with fraud
The leading candidate to become the Czech Republic prime minister in next week’s elections says he has been charged with fraud over EU subsidies received by one of his companies.
US police says Las Vegas mass murdered acted alone
Law Enforcement officials say they believe US mass murderer Stephen Paddock acted alone during the rampage in Las Vegas, Nevada, last week that killed 58 people and wounded 489 others, the deadliest mass shooting in US history.
Police: Two dead in Marseille train station knife attack
A man armed with a knife killed two people at the main train station in the Mediterranean port city of Marseille on Sunday before being shot by soldiers patrolling there, local officials said.
Police attack Shia Muslims in Indian-controlled Kashmir
Indian police have attacked Shia Muslims taking part in a procession to commemorate the martyrdom anniversary of Imam Hussein (peace be upon him), the third Shia imam.
Police seize millions of ballots ahead of Catalan vote
Police on Thursday seized more than six million ballots and envelopes and 100 ballot boxes in a Catalan town, in the latest bid to block a banned independence referendum, a police source said.
Spain, Catalonia tussle over control of Mossos police
Spain's central government and regional Catalan authorities tussled Saturday over who controls the regional police force that is considered key to the success of a planned Oct. 1 independence vote for the northeastern region.
UK police arrest three in Wales over London train bomb attack
British police arrested three men in south Wales over last week’s bombing of a busy commuter train in west London, meaning five people are now being questioned by detectives over the attack which injured 30 people.
Police fire teargas to disperse election protesters in Kenya
Police in Kenya have used tear gas to disperse protesters angry at a Supreme Court ruling which invalidated President Uhuru Kenyatta’s re-election in August 8 votes.
Police arrest more than 80 amid violent St. Louis protests
Hundreds of riot police mobilized in downtown St. Louis, Missouri overnight, arresting more than 80 people and seizing weapons amid reports of property damage and vandalism following another day of peaceful protests over a former police officer’s acquittal in the killing of a black man.
British police make arrest over London train attack
British police made their first arrest Saturday over the bombing of a London underground train, detaining a man at the country's main ferry port and describing the development as significant.
Militants kill 18 police forces in Egypt's Sinai Peninsula
At least 18 police forces, including a general, have been killed in Egypt's Sinai Peninsula after militants ambushed their convoy, in one of the deadliest terrorist attacks in the restive region since January.
Sinai blast kills 18 Egyptian policemen
At least 18 Egyptian policemen were killed and three injured on Monday in an attack claimed by Daesh on a security convoy in the Sinai Peninsula, which is gripped by an insurgency.
Coach Paterno had prior knowledge Sandusky was child sex abuser: police report
Legendary former Penn State football coach Joe Paterno had known years before Jerry Sandusky's arrest that his longtime assistant might be sexually abusing children.

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