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Milan, September 12 Two 24-year-old police officers in Milan must face trial for beating up a 63-year-old man while they were off-duty last May...In Italy, an accelerated trial results in an automatic reduction of the sentence by one third if the
In that moment of silence Tuesday, the memories of 9/11 rushed from the minds of Muncie's police and fire safety forces. Mayor Dennis Tyler, a retired Muncie fire captain, could only say, "God Bless every one of you" for your service and sacrifice. "
NJ City officials have approved a second $200,000 settlement in a bizarre case of alleged police brutality in which a Paterson firefighter asked municipal law enforcement officers to help him get his lost cell phone back. In an incident that
Kenya Tana River renewed ethnic clashes 'kill 32' The violence is over cattle-grazing rights At least 32 people have been killed in renewed ethnic clashes in south-east Kenya, a Red Cross official has said. Caleb Kilande, who is at the scene, said
Rating At least six police officers were among many feared dead in renewed violence in that swept the Tana Delta on Monday. Twenty others were killed in Kilelengwani village in the morning retaliatory attacks by the Pokomo on the Orma. Red Cross team
Trent Nelson Tribune file photo) Utah congressional candidate Mia Love, shown here at the recent Republican National Convention, says Congress has to get serious about cutting the deficit -- and that means reducing bloated budgets and programs...They
A crowd of up to 200 people gathered in the pro-British Denmark Street area of the city. Youths, some hooded, pelted officers with fireworks, bricks, bottles and other objects, including golf balls, officials said. Police warned drivers to avoid the
N.C. Police have surrounded a group of protesters who started an unscheduled march near the Democratic National Convention, placing at least one person in handcuffs. A group of as many as 200 protesters began the march around 12:30 Monday. The
Nine police officers were injured in Belfast late Monday in a second night of disorder between Catholics and Protestants. Lighted gasoline bombs, fireworks, bricks, bottles and other objects were thrown at police, who wore riot gear.
Tempers Cool After Rebirth of City Pool in Brooklyn Ruth Fremson/The New York Times The unwieldy crowds and the sanitary and security problems that tarnished the reopening of the McCarren Park Pool in late June have largely vanished. YEE Published: