Two Saudi Arabian policemen were shot dead from an unidentified car in an eastern district of the capital Riyadh early on Wednesday, the official Saudi Press Agency reported citing an unnamed police spokesman.
Policemen Thamer Amr
A gunman ambushed and fatally shot two New York City police officers on Saturday and then killed himself, police said, and a social media post indicated it may have been in revenge for the police chokehold death of an unarmed black man.
Terrorists responsible for the killing of three policemen in a blast in Daih last Monday should be given the death penalty, preachers across Bahrain declared yesterday.
The imams, in their Friday sermons, were unanimous in condemn
Bahrain has announced a six-pronged plan to combat terrorism and target the parties which aid and abet terror groups and condone and harbour terrorists in the wake of the blast on Monday which left three on-duty policemen dead.
Community leaders have reacted with outrage following the explosion of a bomb in the Daih area of Bahrain that killed three policemen and injured several others, with an MP branding the perpetrators as "murderers" and "terrorists&
Bahrain MPs have demanded maximum punishment for "terrorists" targeting policemen.
They also urged authorities to take tougher action against people who instigate violence, during a two-hour session dedicated to discuss
A total of nine policemen have been killed and more than 2,300 injured since the outbreak of anti-government protests in 2011, said top government official.
The figures, released by Minister of State for Information Affairs Sameer
Seven policemen were injured, three of them critically, when a bomb exploded in a terror attack in Bahrain’s Eker village late last night (April 9).
The policemen, who were patrolling in East Eker, emerged from their vehicle to clear
Bahrain’s patrolmen assigned to tackle riots are being mentally and physically rehabilitated through a one-year training programme, said a senior government official.
Interior Minister Lieutenant-General Shaikh Rashid bin Abdulla Al Khalif
Tough new laws are urgently needed to stop increasing attacks on Bahrain's policemen, a top government minister has warned.
Interior Minister Shaikh Rashid bin Abdulla Al Khalifa last night called for 15 years in jail for those incitin