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Austrian police investigate fraud at Vienna COVID vaccination centre
Austria's largest COVID vaccination centre is under scrutiny after dozens of people received a vaccination certificate without actually getting the jab.
Teargas, bullets fired at protesters during demonstration in DRC
Demonstrators converge on arterial roads in the eastern DR Congo city of Goma, setting up barricades and burning tyres and mobile phone box in the capital of the Nord Kivu province. At least one policeman died, as police fired tear gas and used live rounds to disperse the crowd.
'I'll be bock': Defiance after giant straw goat goes up in flames
The Gavlebocken has been a fixture of the city's Christmas celebrations since 1966.
Sweden to deploy more police in Stockholm to tackle violent crime
At least 44 people have died in shooting incidents across Sweden in 2021, according to police figures.
German police incinerate cocaine worth €270 million in huge operation
The drugs were incinerated in Bavaria on Tuesday as part of "Operation Snow Melt".
Seven dead after migrant-carrying vehicle slams into shop at speed
The vehicle had fled a police check. It later hit a flower shop at full speed and turned over. The impact partially destroyed a wall.
Dozens of migrants are evacuated from a camp under Paris ring road
Dozens of migrants and asylum seekers who had taken refuge in a tunnel under the French capital's ring road are being evacuated by the police to accommodation facilities in the suburbs and the surrounding region.
France arrests two suspects planning Christmas knife attack
French Interior Minister Gerald Darmanin confirmed the arrests on Twitter.
German police target alleged human smuggling with nationwide raids
The smuggling ring is accused of forging EU citizenship documents and placing the workers with large logistics companies.
Three men arrested after homemade bomb found in Reykjavík bin
The explosive device was found outside an apartment building in the Mánatún area of Reykjavík.
Spanish police protest plan to reform unconstitutional "gag law"
Critics of the Citizens Security Law passed by the previous conservative government in 2015 say it gives too much power to security forces.
Tense standoffs, clashes at Brussels COVID demo
Belgian police deployed water cannon on demonstrators gathered in central Brussels on Sunday, as they protested against reinforced measures aimed at curbing the spread of COVID-19, which the government imposed to counter the latest spike in cases.
Swedish teenager jailed for murdering police officer in Gothenburg
The 17-year-old was found guilty of shooting dead the officer on 30 June.
Uganda police kill 5, including cleric, after bomb blasts
Ugandan authorities have killed at least five people, including a Muslim cleric, accused of having ties to the extremist group responsible for Tuesday's suicide bombings in the capital.
Police shoot dead man in Norway who threatened passers-by with a knife
A man reportedly armed with a knife threatened passers-by on the streets of the Norwegian capital, Oslo, on Tuesday, before being shot dead by police.
Maltese police union bristles over ban on beards
Officers have been told that they can grow beards, wear nail polish and dye their hair if they want to.
'Despicable': Two police officers admit taking selfies at murder scene
The family of the murdered victims said the police officer's actions were "despicable" and had brought them "even more anxiety".
French police officers shoot man who had threatened them with a knife
Two French railway security officers shot and wounded a man in Paris's Gare Saint-Lazare station after he had threatened them with a knife.
Berlin police apologise for Holocaust memorial press-up images
The images were reportedly taken in May as police were dispersed across the German capital.
Romania police recover high-performance bikes stolen from Italian team
The bicycles went missing last week from a hotel in Lille, where the Italian team was staying during the UCI World Track Championships.
Palestinians kicked off site as Israel demolishes cemetary
Israeli police kick Palestinians out of the al-Yusufiye cemetery near the Lion's Gate entrance to the Aqsa mosque compound in east Jerusalem as the construction of the Jewish National Park continues.
Czech police maintain officers not resposnible for Roma man's death
The death of the Stanislav Tomáš has stoked divisions between Czech authorities and the Roma minority community, who reject the official autopsies.
German petrol station worker assaulted after face mask row
A 67-year-old man was hospitalised near Bremen after he was punched and kicked by a customer after an argument about wearing a facemask. The incident comes one month after another German petrol station worker was fatally shot by a man who refused to wear a face mask.
Portugal seizes cocaine worth €200m from yacht in Atlantic Ocean
The haul is reported to be one of the largest hauls in Europe in recent years and the biggest in Portugal for 15 years.
Kongsberg attack: Perpetrator banned from communication in custody
Espen Andersen Braathen, a 37-year-old Danish citizen, is being held on five counts of preliminary murder and three counts of preliminary attempted murder.
'Grief and despair': Norway mourns after deadly Kongsberg attack
Norway’s domestic security agency, PST, said on Thursday the bow and arrow attack which left five people dead "currently appears to be an act of terrorism".