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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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Intentional hit and run caught on camera

A man has been arrested in the U.K. after intentionally swerving into a pedestrian as he walked home with friends.

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Riot police take down suspected bomber

A two-hour siege came to an end after riot police took down a man making bomb threats from a parked car outside the NSW Parliament House in Sydney.

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How to fail a breathalyzer test

We don't know where this happened... and we don't know why. But we do know that this is not how.

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Officer entertains with piano

Footage of a police officer in New Zealand showing off his musical talent at a public piano.

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Woman drives off as officer clings to front of car

An officer in Russia was forced to cling to the front end of a woman's vehicle as she drove off after being pulled over for a minor traffic violation.

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Airport security catches infant mid-fall

Incredible footage of an airport security officer catching an infant that fell off of a luggage counter at an airport in Poland.

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Brawl and shooting at restaurant

Video footage of a shootout and brawl that broke out in a restaurant in Russia.

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Police, citizens struggle against powerful wind

Footage of police and citizens alike attempting to fight against powerful winds caused by Storm Ivar in Norway.

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Suspect in gruesome slaying of UK soldier: 'I love al-Qaida'

Suspect in gruesome slaying of UK soldier: 'I love al-Qaida'

Michael Adebolajo, 28, said that he attacked soldier Lee Rigby because he wanted to protest Britain's invasion of Muslim lands - Full Story

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Officer hit by holiday train in front of crowd

The officer was keeping her eye on children as they tried to inch closer to the train, concerned for their safety.



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