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A 20-year-old man published a video of himself on YouTube, driving from the passenger seat of his car on a highway near Barcelona in Spain. He has now received a six-month suspended sentence for his sheer stupidity and recklessness.
A joint initiative being run by UK and Spanish authorities has led to the latest in a line of most-wanted criminals ending up behind bars. Part of this joint initiative was to capture what has been dubbed the #unlucky13, or
Before the introduction of the national police force in 2013, mayors were responsible for their local police force and dealt with complaints about the behaviour of police agents. Under the new national system, the police deal with complaints
Ads by Google Cabo Ledo At least 354 staff of the Cabo Ledo Special Forces Brigade were demobilised Friday in Luanda, as part of the programme of restructuring of the Angola Armed Forces (FAA). The staff in question joined and served FAA for three
Bulgarian authorities have intercepted crimes which would have incurred damage worth BGN 145 M to the state budget, according to Interior Minister Tsvetlin Yovchev. A large part of the tax inspections have been wrapped up and the damage is still
National News PT Coca Cola Bottling Indonesia (CCB) claims that the National Police have no legal basis to name it a suspect in an allegedly illegal groundwater extraction case in Sumedang, West Java. Todung Mulya Lubis, CCB's lawyer, told The
National News Muhamadiyah, the nation's largest Islamic organization, will provide legal assistance to former health minister Siti Fadhillah Supari, who has been named a graft suspect. The case against her was handed to the Corruption Eradication
National Police will step up in coming days strict fight against illegal immigration, in cooperation with the Migration and Foreigners Service (SME). The fact was announced Friday in Luanda by the minister of Home Affairs, Angelo da Veiga Tavares.
The threat of theft is so acute the plantations would need to be under permanent guard which would require extra police involvement, the police chiefs say in an internal memo which is in the hands of the Volkskrant . The memo, drawn up by acting
An embarrassing little incident occurred on Monday this week during a training course in first aid techniques. It happened in the Spanish region of Aragon, where the Spanish National Police were running a training course in CPR.