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The International Law Enforcement topic provides American law enforcement with police news from around the world, focusing on the latest developments in criminal syndicates, drug cartels, organized crime, and international terrorism. It also follows significant developments and events in other countries and explores how cops in Europe, Asia, Africa, and South America enforce their laws.
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June 26, 2007

Mexico purges 284 cops

The Chicago Tribune MEXICO CITY, Mexico — Mexico purged 284 commanders from the top ranks of its federal... - Full Story
June 26, 2007

Mexican top police to undergo "trust tests"

Officers would be subjected to drug tests, polygraphs and psychological reviews. The Associated Press... - Full Story
June 18, 2007

4 tons of cocaine seized off Spain

The Associated Press MADRID, Spain — Spanish police, working with U.S. and British authorities, seized... - Full Story
June 18, 2007

Police smash global pedophile ring

The Associated Press LONDON — British police, with aid from U.S. investigators, have shattered a global... - Full Story
June 11, 2007

British officer knifed to death despite wearing 'stab-proof' armor

David Byers and agencies, The Times Online Luton, U.K. — A police officer was stabbed to death in the... - Full Story
June 10, 2007

Chinese police find 5 newborns in stolen car

By ALEXA OLESEN BEIJING (AP) — Chinese police pleaded with the public for information about five newborn... - Full Story
June 06, 2007

Japanese cop stabs self to avoid work

By Carl Freire The Associated Press TOKYO — A Japanese policeman distraught by working long hours and... - Full Story
June 02, 2007

146 German police officers injured in violent G-8 protests

The Associated Press Protestors jump over teargas grenades fired by German police during a demonstration... - Full Story
May 30, 2007

Germany rolls out biggest police deployment in post-war history

United Press International HEILIGENDAMM, Germany, May 30 — Germany is not taking any security risks as... - Full Story
May 30, 2007

Icelander first foreign officer at National Forensic Academy in Tenn.

By Darren Dunlap Knoxville News-Sentinel KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — Before he became a policeman in Iceland's... - Full Story

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