Bahrain's national carrier has denied reports that British police stormed one of its planes in Heathrow to arrest a suspected terrorist. However, Gulf Air confirmed authorities questioned one passenger after disembarking the aircraft on Ja
UK anti-terror squad rushed into an office block in Liverpool along with negotiators after a man possessing suspect package locked himself into the building.
Staff at one of the firms at the 14-storey Silkhouse Court in Liverpool
At least 65 people were killed on Thursday when one of Libya's worst truck bombs in years exploded at a police training centre in the town of Zliten, local officials and hospital sources said.
No group immediately claimed the
Vienna police said on Saturday a "friendly" intelligence service had warned European capitals of the possibility of a shooting or bomb attack before New Year, prompting police across the continent to increase security measures.
Abu Dhabi traffic police department said it has introduced a new suite of smart devices that will enable the officers to issue tickets for traffic violations through their mobile phones.
The Traffic and Patrols Directorate at the
A workshop aimed at educating Bahrain’s lawyers about the workings of a special unit set up within the Public Prosecution to investigate complaints against the police was held yesterday (November 24) evening. The Special Investigation Un
There were multiple chances to stop the men who attacked Paris. In January, Turkish authorities detained one of the suicide bombers at Turkey's border and deported him to Belgium.
Brahim Abdeslam, Turkish authorities told Belg
French police had three opportunities to catch a Belgian suspect in the Paris attacks and each time let him go, a defence lawyer said on Tuesday, adding to the missed signals complicating efforts to track down those behind an onslaught in which
Police in the western German city of Aachen arrested five people, at least three of them foreign citizens, on Tuesday in an operation linked to the militant attacks last Friday in Paris that killed 129 people.
A special police res
A total of 84 policemen, including 16 senior officials, have been referred to courts in Bahrain to face charges relating to police misconduct, it has emerged. They are standing trial for torture, assault that led to death, mistreatment, batter