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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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December 13, 2007

First Palestinian policewomen begin work

By The Associated Press RAMALLAH, West Bank — Palestinian pedestrians gawked at the unusual sight of... - Full Story
December 10, 2007

British police train on TASER use

Xinhua General News ServiceThe public order teams of Britain's Metropolitan Police Service will be armed... - Full Story
December 04, 2007

Philippine 'Santa cops' take to streets

By The Associated Press MANILA, Philippines — Ho, ho, ho, you're under arrest! More than 1,000 police... - Full Story
December 03, 2007

Thieves steal 17 tons of Christmas ham

By The Associated Press SYDNEY, Australia — Thieves stole 17.6 tons of ham and bacon from a warehouse... - Full Story
November 28, 2007

80 French officers injured in Paris riots

30 of 82 injured officers were hit by buckshot The Associated Press VILLIERS-LE-BEL, France — Rampaging... - Full Story
November 07, 2007

8 killed in Finland school shooting

By Marius Turula Associated Press Writer Watch video The Associated Press TUUSULA, Finland — An 18-year-old... - Full Story
November 06, 2007

US congratulates Mexico on 'record' drug seizure

The Associated Press MEXICO CITY, Mexico — President Bush called his Mexican counterpart Felipe Calderon... - Full Story
October 29, 2007

Rookie Canadian Mountie credited with nabbing U.S. fugitive

By James MacPherson The Associated Press BISMARCK, N.D. — A rookie with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police... - Full Story
October 10, 2007

Police launch new blitz on sex trade in Great Britain

Suburban houses targeted in bid to free women from slave trade By Mark Cowan Midland Independent Newspapers... - Full Story
October 05, 2007

Canadian recruits being used for two-man car system

BY GLENN KAUTH The Edmonton Sun EDMONTON, Alberta — City police are using training recruits to meet their... - Full Story

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