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Police raided Uganda's leading independent newspaper yesterday and disabled its printing press after it published a letter about a purported plot to stifle allegations President Yoweri Museveni is grooming his son for power, a senior editor said.
EDT The logo of Russian social media site VKontakte, which has approximately 200 million users. (VKontakte) A Russian businessman who has acquired a major stake in the country's most popular social-media site is playing down concerns he has been
Police officers load the trunk of a car with evidence seized during a search on April 16, 2013 at a house in the Vilvoorde station area. Belgian police raided 46 homes in the northern city of Antwerp on Tuesday and arrested at least one man in an
The City of New York has finally agreed to pay Occupy Wall Street for the property destroyed in the Zuccotti Park police raid on Nov. 15, 2011. OWS initiated a suit on May 24, 2012, seeking compensation for the desctruction of their People's Librarya
A NSW Police spokesman confirmed multiple police operations were underway on Tuesday morning but could not confirm a media report that 400 officers, including heavily armed teams from the Tactical Operations Unit, were involved in raids on properties
Christy Walsh, who runs the bar in Listowel, County Kerry, was fined 700 euros (£605) after his pub was raided twice in one night, reports the BBC. The police raid discovered "nuns" being served alcohol on the
Thirty persons were booked for alleged indecent behaviour following a raid at a "gay party" in suburban Malad today, police said. "The raid was conducted in the wee hours today and the accused were caught dancing indecently during the gay party...
Indicted Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom has launched a new file-sharing website in a defiant move against the U.S. prosecutors who accuse him of facilitating massive online piracy. The colorful entrepreneur unveiled the "Mega" site ahead of a lavish
16 January 2013 Parminder Janagle, (pictured at court today) an award-winning property developer, has been jailed today for six months for running a brothel An award-winning property developer has today been jailed for six months for running a
Its members claim to be warriors of righteousness and crusaders of truth to uplift moral values among mankind. However, a police raid after weeks of monitoring the suspected deviant sect and surveillance of its spiritual leader's house in Kampung