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The Mafia Reporter With a Police Escort (and the 200 Journalists Like Him)

He was feeding his dog outside his country home, when two men jumped him, grabbed his right arm, and twisted it behind his back until his shoulder muscles tore in three places. “The only words the attackers told me that day were, ‘Mind [...]
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Salah Abdeslam Convicted for Shooting Police After Paris Attacks

“The silence of Abdeslam, apart from his few remarks in court, makes it reasonable to fear that he has not taken the right measure of his actions or that he is sinking into silence. His dangerousness remains intact,” said Judge Marie-France [...]
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By Stifling Migration, Sudan’s Feared Secret Police Aid Europe

4 weeks ago | 0 comment
To shut off the sea route to Greece, the European Union is paying billions of euros to a Turkish government that is dismantling its democracy. In Libya, Italy is accused of bribing some of the same militiamen who have long profited from [...]
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Yulia Skripal Turns Down Offer of Russian Help, U.K. Police Say

1 month ago | 0 comment
The Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons released a report saying that its laboratory analysis of “environmental and biomedical samples” that its team of experts had collected “confirm the findings of the U.K. relating [...]
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‘The Ice Is Melting’ as Uzbekistan Moves to Dilute Police State

2 months ago | 0 comment
Mr. Abdullaev, along with many other government critics, is still under arrest. He told his lawyer, Sergei Mayorov, that after his arrest he was beaten repeatedly and then kept naked for six days in a freezing cell without sleep. He said [...]
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Killing of Rio de Janeiro Councilwoman Critical of Police Rattles Brazil

2 months ago | 0 comment
Ms. Franco, who was elected to the City Council in 2016, had been a vocal critic of the measure, saying that it threatened to raise bloodshed without addressing the root causes of violence. In recent days, she was appointed to play a [...]
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Former Russian Spy Poisoned by Nerve Agent, British Police Say

3 months ago | 0 comment
“I’m sure that in some of these cases, there is a relatively natural explanation, but it is beyond the bounds of probability that they all are,” said James Nixey, manager of the Russia and Eurasia program at Chatham House, a British [...]
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With Zuma Under Pressure, Police Raid His Allies’ Home

3 months ago | 0 comment
On Wednesday morning, journalists started gathering in Pretoria, the seat of the government, expecting that Mr. Zuma was going to address the nation at 10 a.m. But less than hour before the address was slated to start, his office issued [...]
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Netanyahu Should Be Charged With Bribery and Fraud, Israeli Police Say

3 months ago | 0 comment
The final decision about whether to file formal charges lies with Mr. Mandelblit and is subject to a hearing beforehand with Mr. Netanyahu’s lawyers. Reaching that threshold alone could easily take months. According to the police, expensive [...]
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Philippine Police Resume War on Drugs, Killing Dozens

4 months ago | 0 comment
The police do not count among the dead the hundreds of victims killed nightly, in attacks the government attributes to vigilante groups. Those victims are often found with cardboard signs around their necks indicating that they were drug [...]