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International Law Enforcement

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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Police cars set on fire during protests in Egypt

Protesters in Cairo set police vehicles on fire as security forces attempted to clear out the crowds.

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Drug trafficking suspects appear in police video

Police have accused Melissa Reid, 19, and Michaela McCollum, 20, of attempting to smuggle nearly 25 pounds of cocaine through Peru.

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Protesters clash with police in Belfast

Reports indicate at least 26 officers were injured during the protest.

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Police decry Belfast 'anarchy' as 56 officers hurt

Police decry Belfast 'anarchy' as 56 officers hurt

Northern Ireland's police chief has vowed to arrest scores of Protestant extremists after they attacked officers - Full Story

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Russian police officer clings to hood of car

The car took off after being pulled over for a traffic stop.

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Ferrari replicas seized by Spanish police

Ferrari replicas were seized and later destroyed by Spanish police.

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Police chase stampeding piglets on Chinese motorway Secure - Login Required

Traffic police have been filmed attempting to round up stampeding piglets on a highway in China.

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Stunt biker is caught by police

A biker performs unauthorized stunts during a car show in London, and is quickly caught by police.

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Interpol warns of prison breaks linked to al Qaida

The alert comes a day after the U.S. issued an extraordinary global travel warning to Americans about a possible al Qaida attack - Full Story

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More than 1,000 inmates escape Libyan prison

Inmates started a riot and set fires after security forces opened fire on three detainees who tried to escape - Full Story



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