Tens of thousands of off-duty police rally against police sentencing
23 February 2017 | 4:34 am
Tens of thousands of police stage a rally against a judge's decision to send seven police officers to two years imprisonment for beating a protester in 2014.
Police have set up a 475-member task force as the president and prime minister call for new safety measures to prevent a repeat of the tragedy.
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The shocking murder of radio show host Percival Mabasa in the Philippines was ordered by the country's top prison officials, according to the police.
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Police have arrested 46 people in connection with Sunday's attack in central Istanbul. They say the attacker had "Kurdish links" but are not ruling out Islamic State involvement.
Yuesheng Wang, whose work at public utility Hydro-Quebec related to battery materials, is accused of allegedly trying to steal trade secrets to benefit Beijing.
Police allege two men defrauded hundreds of thousands of people between 2015 and 2019. A joint US and Estonian operation to catch the suspects involved more than 100 police officers and around 15 FBI agents.
Prosecutors in the German city of Dresden have said they are investigating climate activists accused of damaging property at an art gallery.
China is witnessing its biggest wave of public dissent in a decade. Chinese universities are now sending students home in a bid to tighten COVID restrictions.
The sign of protest comes amid controversy over the pro-LGBTQ rights 'OneLove' armbands, which are banned during the tournament.
It is still unclear whether the squad could be set up again under a new mandate. The death of a young woman arrested by the "morality police" for improperly wearing a hijab sparked months of protests in Iran.
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