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Police arrest 3 over weapons smuggling in eastern Afghan province

Kabul/Xinhua: The Afghan National Police in Afghan eastern province of Nangarhar have arrested three people in connection to the smuggling of a large batch of weapons, the country's Interior Ministry said Thursday.

Australian police probe terror links after knife-wielding man shot dead by police

Sydney/Xinhua: Australian police continued to investigate whether a knife-wielding man shot dead by police in Brisbane on Sunday had any links to terror groups.

Highest rate of hate crimes in Canada is in Hamilton(Ontario), report says

Ottawa, July 26 (IBNS): A Statistics Canada report published earlier this week, showed that Hamilton, in Ontario, recorded the highest police-reported hate crimes in Canada.

Sri Lanka police grant time to hand over illegal weapons

Colombo, May 6 (Xinhua/UNI) Sri Lankan police on Monday said a time period had been granted to the public to surrender illegal weapons after several swords, knives and sharp daggers were found from homes and places of worship during raids conducted in recent weeks.

Nigerian police confirm 19 wedding guests killed in road accident

Abuja, Apr 24 (Xinhua/UNI) Nigerian police on Wednesday confirmed 19 wedding guests killed in a road accident in Gwaram Sabuwa area of the northern state of Jigawa.

Four people hospitalized after shooting near nightclub in Melbourne’s suburb – Police

Moscow, Apr 14 (Sputnik/UNI) A total of four people have been hospitalized after a shooting occurred on Sunday outside of a nightclub in Prahran, a suburb southeast of Melbourne, the police of the Australian state of Victoria said.

Somali police seize cache of weapons outside Mogadishu

Mogadishu, Apr 7 (Xinhua/UNI) Somali security forces seized a cache of weapons, including suicide belts, remote detonators and explosive materials, belonging to al-Shabab militants outside Mogadishu, officials have said.

Israeli police kills Palestinian man in West Bank

Ramallah, Mar 10 (Xinhua/UNI) A Palestinian youth was shot dead by the Israeli policemen on Sunday at a military checkpoint in Jericho in the West Bank, the Palestinian Health Ministry said.

Police storm prison in west France after inmate stabs guards

Paris, Mar 5 (Sputnik/UNI): French special police forces on Tuesday stormed a visiting room in a prison after a possibly radicalized inmate stabbed two guards and barricaded inside, local media said.

USA: Three killed in separate shootings in St Louis

St Louis, Oct 9 (IBNS): At least three people have been killed in separate shooting incidents in Missouri's St Louis city, reports said.

Japan: Zookeeper mauled to death by rare white tiger

Tokyo, Oct 9 (IBNS): A rare white tiger killed a zookeeper in its enclosure in a zoo in Japan, reports said.

Indian origin officer Neil Basu appointed as Scotland Yard counter-terrorism chief

London, Mar 6 (IBNS):  Senior Indian-origin Scotland Yard officer Neil Basu has been appointed as the counter-terrorism chief, officials said on Tuesday.

Security Council recognizes contributions of police components to UN peacekeeping

New York, Nov 7(Just Earth News):The Security Council on Monday adopted a resolution stressing the important contribution that United Nations policing can provide in peacekeeping and special political missions throughout the conflict cycle.  

UN Standing Police Capacity fills critical need in peace operations, underscores outgoing chief

New York, Aug 3(Just Earth News): Over the past 10 years, the United Nations Standing Police Capacity has filled a critical need in global peace operations by providing them with readily available police expertise, according to the outgoing head of the unit, who says she is proud to have played a part in putting the SPC “on the map,” while also highlighting the need to recruit more women officers to carry out this important work.