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Grenade-carrying veteran threatens to blow up Kyiv government building
A video shared online reportedly showed him brandishing an object in his hand and saying: "I will not leave this place alive."
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An old video has been shared on social media, falsely claiming to show French police applauding protests against new COVID-19 restrictions.
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Several court rulings across France in recent years have found identity checks carried out by police were discriminatory.
Body found in search for murder suspect who shot at police in France
The man is suspected of killing a woman in Plan-de-la-Tour, a town overlooking the Gulf of Saint-Tropez.
Long-awaited murder probe reveals 'institutional' police corruption
The real Line of Duty? This case has drawn parallels with BBC's hit crime series, which follows a special unit investigating police corruption.
Fugitive ex-soldier arrested after massive manhunt in France
The fugitive ex-soldier was arrested in Dordogne after a massive manhunt that mobilised 300 gendarmes and seven helicopters. He was hiding in a wooded area after shooting at gendarmes responding to a call about a domestic incident.
Europe's ethnic minorities 'more likely' to be stopped by police
The report, from the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA), was published a year after the murder of George Floyd.
France: Large manhunt underway to track man suspected of double murder
Hundreds of officers, half a dozen helicopters and specialist dog teams have been deployed since Tuesday to track a heavily armed man in the mountainous region of Cevennes.
Police in India charge man who appealed for oxygen amid COVID crisis
Police in the state of Uttar Pradesh said the user had been spreading false rumours and generating "fear" online.
UK: 18 arrested in Manchester protest against policing bill
"Kill the Bill" protests denounce a contentious law currently making its way through Parliament which would grant law enforcement greater power to police or prevent protests.
UK officers arrest 10 people at protest against new policing bill
The protest in Bristol was against a contentious bill currently making its way through parliament which would grant law enforcement greater power to police or prevent protests.
Spain police dismantle Madrid's 'largest' cocaine distribution network
Spanish police said they seized 600 kilograms of cocaine and arrested 12 people in the country.
France: Police officer shoots dead knife-wielding assailant
The incident happened on Sunday morning in Paris's 18th district, police said.
Czech arms company denies selling weapons to Hong Kong police
A weapons dealer in the Czech Republic has firmly denied rumours it has sold arms to police in Hong Kong.
Police on the beat as European feelgood dance challenge goes viral
Swiss and Irish police have boogied their way to viral fame with the #JerusalemaChallenge, hoping to give people a good laugh during COVID-19 restrictions.
Death of young black man after Brussels arrest to be probed by judge
The man, 23, fainted at a police station and then died later in hospital, according to Brussels prosecutor's office.
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UK 'Super Recogniser' officer spots more than 2,000 suspects
Andy Pope, a police officer in Birmingham, has said his talent for recognising faces is "impossible to explain". He's also managed to spot wanted suspects while they were wearing face masks.
Three police killed in France after responding to domestic violence
Three French police were killed and a fourth was injured overnight on Tuesday in a rural area of central France while responding to a domestic violence call, the country's interior ministry said.
Lithuania deploys police checkpoints to enforce COVID holiday lockdown
Hundreds of police checkpoints are being put in place across the Baltic country to try to stop people from travelling over the holiday period.
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Bosnia arrests seven former police and army officials over war crimes
Bosnia has arrested seven former police and army officials on suspicion of war crimes committed against Bosniak and Croat citizens in the Donji Vakuf area in 1992.
French MPs mull criminalising the sharing of police pictures online
France is debating a new law that would make it illegal to share images of police officers on social media.
French police dismantle 2,000 strong migrant camp near Paris
Authorities said the aim of the operation was to "guarantee the safety and health" of the 2,000 migrants but an NGO deplored that there were few social workers or mediators to assist.
Facebook admits to incorrectly labeling #EndSARS content
"We apologise for letting down our community", said a Facebook spokesperson after the company admitted that Instagram posts in support of #EndSARS were incorrectly labeled as misleading.
Brits in custody in Paris over attempted murder of police officer
The Paris prosecutor has opened an investigation for "attempted homicide of a person holding public authority".
Belgian police chief steps aside after custody death video emerges
The video shows officers forcefully restricted Jozef Chovanec's movements in a cell at Charleroi airport, with one officer sitting on him for a long time. Another officer made an apparent Nazi salute during the incident.