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US boy, police officer team up to help comfort children at crime scenes
For the last three years, Travis Koch, a police officer from Hohenwald, Tennessee, the US, has kept a stash of stuffed animals in the back of his patrol car. He gives them out as a form of love and comfort if he’s called to a scene involving kids.
Dutch police open fire on COVID lockdown protesters as European nations reintroduce restrictions
Police opened fire on anti-lockdown protesters in the Dutch city of Rotterdam Friday as several European cities braced for further demonstrations against new COVID restrictions.
Palestinians condemn Israeli bill giving broad powers to police
Israel is taking steps towards over-policing and increasing its surveillance of the Palestinian population under the pretext of curbing the high crime rate within the community, Palestinians said.
Police seize over 1.5 tons of narcotics in SE Iran
The Commander of police forces in southeastern province of Sistan and Baluchestan announced the arrest of three drug traffickers and seizure of 1,557 kilograms of illicit drugs.
Law Enforcement Force launches military drill in Persian Gulf
Iran's Law Enforcement Force (police) launched a military drill entitled “Eqtedar (Authority) 4” in the Persian Gulf on Sunday.
Australian police clash with anti-lockdown protesters, arrest nearly 270
Australia's police arrested 235 people in Melbourne and 32 in Sydney on Saturday at unsanctioned anti-lockdown rallies and several police officers were injured in clashes with protesters.
UK police face questions over Plymouth mass shooter's shotgun possession
Police in the south of England will be investigated after returning a shotgun and shotgun certificate to a man who killed five people just weeks later.
Police bust gang smuggling battle rifles in western Iran
The Law Enforcement Force of the Islamic Republic of Iran disbanded a gang of criminals in a western border province involved in the smuggling of battle and hunting rifles.
Police: Loud sound in Tehran under investigation
Iranian police said on Saturday that they are investigating a strong sound similar to a blast early Saturday at Mellat Park in the capital Tehran.
Chicago shootings leave two dead, at least 15 injured
Police: 74 shot in city over weekend
George Floyd’s family says Chauvin’s sentencing is one step closer to healing
The family of George Floyd and their attorneys said that the sentencing of Derek Chauvin offers closure, accountability — and a step toward healing for both the family and the nation.
Activists, family mark one year anniversary of Floyd's killing by police
Supporters and relatives of African-American man George Floyd marched ahead of the first anniversary of his murder by a white policeman, a killing that prompted a reckoning on racial injustice in the United States.
Black Brazilians protest against racism, police violence
Black Brazilians demonstrated in the country’s two largest cities to protest against racism and police violence toward their communities in a local version of the Black Lives Matter movement in the United States, with some accusing the country’s president of genocide.
Chadian police teargas demonstrators protesting military government
Protesters set French flags on fire over support for military

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