Showing posts with label criminality. Show all posts
Showing posts with label criminality. Show all posts

Friday, May 26, 2023

3 killed in stabbing, shooting in central Japan

A woman and two police officers were killed on Thursday in a stabbing and shooting incident involving a man armed with a hunting rifle in Japan's central prefecture of Nagano, local media reported.

Monday, April 10, 2023

Saturday, January 21, 2023

US charges two in sanctions evasion of Russian oligarch's yacht

The US government said on Friday it charged two businessmen, one Russian and one British,with allegedly facilitating a sanctions evasion and money laundering scheme in relation to a $90 million yacht of billionaire Russian oligarch Viktor Vekselberg.

Friday, November 4, 2022

Haitis Police Forces Lift Bandit Blockade Of Countrys Largest Fuel Terminal

Haiti's national police have regained control over the key Varreux fuel terminal that had been blocked by bandits since September, Le Nouvelliste newspaper reported, citing a source in the police.

Thursday, July 21, 2022

Ukraine may disappear from world map ‘as a result of current events’ — Medvedev - TASS

Ukraine as a state may disappear from the map "as a result of unfolding events," Deputy Chairman of Russia’s Security Council Dmitry Medvedev wrote on his Telegram channel on Thursday.

Saturday, March 12, 2022

Ukraine’s justice system, law enforcement paralyzed - Russian defense ministry - TASS

The justice and law enforcement systems of Ukraine are paralyzed and unable to fulfill their duties, Colonel General Mikhail Mizintsev, the head of the Russian National Center for Defense Management, said on Saturday.

Friday, December 1, 2017

Ex-US marine sentenced to life term in jail for murdering woman in Okinawa

A Japanese court on Friday sentenced a former United States marine to life imprisonment for the rape and murder of a woman in Okinawa in southern Japan in April 2016, a crime that shocked the country and intensified resentment in Okinawa over the American military presence on the island.

Sunday, November 13, 2016

Trump vows to immediately deport millions of 'criminal' immigrants

US President-elect Donald Trump plans to immediately deport two to three million undocumented immigrants who he believes are criminals as soon as he assume office in January, according to a CBS "60 Minutes" interview cited by The Hill.

Monday, November 7, 2016

Australian gov't to deport 173 foreign-born criminals

One hundred and seventy-three foreign-born criminals in the state of Victoria will have their visas cancelled and be deported from Australia, the Federal government has announced.

Saturday, June 11, 2016

Peru's president-elect Kuczynski refuses to discuss political alliances

Peru's president-elect, Pedro Pablo Kuczynski, said Friday at a press conference that it was too early to discuss whether he would make any "political alliances" in forming his government.

Sunday, January 31, 2016

Over 10,000 migrant children missing, says Europol. 5,000 had disappeared in Italy alone

Over 10,000 migrant children missing, says Europol
Over 10,000 unaccompanied migrant children have disappeared in Europe, the EU police agency Europol said on Sunday, adding that it fears many have been whisked away into sex trafficking rings.

Europol's press office confirmed to AFP the figures published in British newspaper The Observer.

Saturday, January 17, 2015

Database collecting telephone records revealed in US

The existence of another database of American telephone records was revealed on Friday, adding new details to the disclosures in recent years about mass government surveillance in the United Sates.

Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Italy’s president denies deals with mafia

Italian President Giorgio Napolitano has testified in a high-profile trial and denied any links between the state and the mafia in the country.

Napolitano told prosecutors Tuesday that a bombing campaign in the 90s, which was blamed on the mafia had sought to improve prison conditions of a crime don.

Sunday, April 13, 2014

Moscow slams Kiev’s military op order as ‘criminal’, calls for UNSC meeting

Russia has called on the UNSC and OSCE to urgently consider the crisis in Ukraine, saying that the announcement made by the Kiev authorities on Sunday to mobilize military forces to put down protests in the south-east of the country is a ‘criminal order.’
Events in south-eastern Ukraine have taken a very dangerous turn, the Russian Foreign Ministry said in a statement on Sunday.
“The Kiev authorities, who self-proclaimed themselves as a result of a coup, have embarked on the violent military suppression of the protests,” the ministry said adding that the rallies, which have gripped the Donbas region were prompted by Kiev’s disregard of the legitimate interests the people.

Monday, October 14, 2013

VIDEO. Emeutes xénophobes à Moscou: la police lance des opérations contre les migrants./1,200 migrants detained, warehouse raid following violent Moscow riot.(3 video)

Photo: RIA Novosti/Grigoriy Sisoev
Environ 1200 personnes ont été interpellées lundi matin sur un marché de gros de la banlieue de Birioulovo au sud de Moscou, où travaillent essentiellement des migrants du sud de la Russie ou de pays du Caucase et d'Asie centrale.

Le maire de Moscou, Vladimir Sobianine, a annoncé de vastes opérations policières lundi, après une réunion avec le président Vladimir Poutine.

Ces personnes ont été interpellées pour vérifier "leur éventuelle implication dans des crimes", a expliqué la police.

Ce même marché de gros avait été assailli dimanche aux cris de "La Russie aux Russes!" par des milliers d'émeutiers qui protestaient contre le meurtre d'un jeune Russe la semaine dernière en pleine rue dans ce quartier par un homme identifié comme un Caucasien.
Des files d'hommes escortés, les mains sur la tête.

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