FBI asks for help in serching for 6-year-old North Carolina autistic and mute boy
Federal authorities have joined a massive search effort for a missing 6-year-old boy with autism who was last seen at a North Carolina park Saturday.
Five people, including three babies, stabbed at New York day care
According to authorities, a 52-year-old woman who works at the day care stabbed her female co-worker with a kitchen knife before stabbing three infants and the father of one of the babies.
Clashes between police and protesters occurred as the latter looted equipment, - Police
Today a clash between the protesters under the Ukrainian Parliament and the law enforcers occurred. Some of the protesters looted the special equipment belonging to the National Guard yesterday, including 80 shields, as head of National Police in Kyiv Andriy Kryshchenko told 112.UA.
Hurricane Ophelia: Woman dies as storm hits Ireland
A woman in her 20s has been killed as the remnants of Hurricane Ophelia hit the British Isles, the BBC reports.
Trump releases immigration policy list – media
U.S. President Donald Trump on Sunday presented congressional leaders with a list of hard-line policy wishes that he says must be enacted in exchange for a deal with Democrats to protect hundreds of thousands of young immigrants from deportation, according to Deutsche Welle.
Venice Commission supports creation of anti-corruption court, makes amendments to draft law
The European Commission for Democracy through Law (the Venice Commission) said that many of the provisions of the draft law provide a good basis for the establishment of a high specialised anti-corruption court, but made several recommendations to reduce the risk that it could be considered unconstitutional, according to the statement published on the website of the Council of Europe.
Moldovan president bans troops from participating in int'l exercises in Ukraine
Moldovan President Igor Dodon has banned the Moldovan military from participating in the Rapid Trident-2017 international exercises, which will start in Lviv region in early September, according to NewsMaker.
One killed in Marseille after car crashes into bus shelters: police
At least one person was killed and another injured in Marseille on Monday when a car crashed into two bus shelters in different parts of the French city, police said, according to Reuters.
Two Jordanians die in shooting at Israeli embassy in Amman: Reuters source
Two Jordanian nationals died from wounds inflicted during a shooting on Sunday in the compound of the heavily-guarded Israeli embassy that also wounded an Israeli, police and a security source told Reuters.
Five injured in Swiss attack, major police operation underway - media
A major police operation is under way in the northern Swiss city of Schaffhausen after an incident involving an unknown perpetrator, according to The Local.
NSDC secretary suggests increasing Ukraine's defense, security spending by UAH 9 bln
Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council (NSDC) Oleksandr Turchynov says the NSDC recommends the Cabinet to increase defense and security spending by UAH 9 billion, or US$346 million, that is UAH 3 billion from the general budget fund and UAH 6 billion from the special budget fund, according to an UNIAN correspondent.
Websites of National Police and Ministry of Internal Affairs disabled due to cyber attack
The provider disabled the websites of the National Police and Ministry of Internal Affairs due to cyber attack. It happened an hour ago.
Van runs over crowd in London
A lorry ran over the crowd of people in London, killing at least one and hurting at least ten people; three of them are heavily wounded. The driver was arrested. Reuters reported that with reference to witnesses and social media.
Road patrol police starts working in Ukraine
On June 12, Ukraine’s patrol police announced recruitment for 2300 new vacancies for the road patrol units. The same day, hundreds of patrol policemen stepped onto the roadways across the country – it is their first day at work.
Navalny supporters holding anticorruption protests across Russia – media
Police in Russia's Far East have detained several people trying to demonstrate as part of nationwide anticorruption protests organized by opposition politician Aleksei Navalny and his supporters, according to Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty.
Police task force operation near Notre Dame de Paris
A man armed with a hammer attempted to attacked a police officer near Notre Dame de Paris cathedral. The police opened fire in return, wounding and stopping the assailant, CBS reports. As of 7 p.m. Kyiv time, there’s no information on the attacker's conditions.
Melbourne attack: Police report terrorist attack
Terrorist group "Islamic State" claimed responsibility for the attack in Australian Melbourne, according to the announcement, distributed by the Amiq agency, controlled by militants, as it was informed on Twitter by SITE Intel Group, which is monitoring extremist activity on the internet.
Russian special services try to influence policy of Macedonia and Balkans, - investigation
Russian special services tried to influence the internal policy of Macedonia and other Balkan countries in order to prevent their entry into NATO and promote the interests of the Russian Federation. This is stated in the OCCRP investigation documents, which are based on archives from secret reports including wiretapping of telephone conversations, outdoor surveillance and data sources, Ukrainian Truth reports. Documents were handed over to investigative journalists by sources in the government of Macedonia on condition of anonymity.
Kyiv police reveal details about shooting at Kharkivske highway
A man received gunshot wound and was hospitalized as a result of shooting in Dniprovskyi District of Kyiv (Kharkivske highway). This was reported by Oksana Blyshchyk, the speaker of Kyiv police, on Facebook page.
Shootout in Kyiv: Man attacks Chechen volunteers who served with Ukrainian troops in Donbas
Amina Okueva and Adam Osmaev, the famous Chechen warriors who fought in Donbas alongside Ukrainian soldiers, were attacked in Kyiv on late Wednesday. 112 Ukraine TV channel’s correspondent said that, sharing some details of the incident released by the local police.
Lutsenko in parliament: May 9 brawls in Dnipro sponsored by Opposition Bloc
Ukrainian Prosecutor General Yuriy Lutsenko says that the Opposition Bloc was the sponsor of mass brawls in the city of Dnipro on May 9 when Donbas war veterans were severely beaten by hired thugs, called titushkis.
Restructured water police unit presented in Kyiv
The new water police unit was presented in Kyiv today. This was reported by the press service of National Police in Kyiv. During the presentation water police officers in cooperation with KORD special police task force unit have conducted special operation on detention of prearranged criminals, who captured river vessel.
Police opens investigation upon smuggling Stradivari’s violin
Ukraine’s Border Guard and the police stopped the 51-years old citizen of Makiivka who carried the ancient musical instrument without relevant documents. According to the local police of Mariinka opened the investigation as the press service of the National Police of Ukraine reports.
Police involved in beating Donbas veterans jointly with hired goons in Dnipro
In his comments to The Apostrof, Donbas war veteran Edmond Saakyan, an eye-witness of the fight between the veterans and hired goons in Dnipro on May 9, says the police joined the fight on the side of the goons.
Dnipropetrovsk region police leadership dismissed after May 9 clashes in Dnipro
After preliminary consideration of incidents and provocations in Dnipro on May 9, Interior Minister Arsen Avakov has signed orders to dismiss Head of Dnipropetrovsk region police main department, Ihor Repeshko, Head of Dnipro city police branch Andriy Bidylo and their deputies in charge of security.
Militants beat to death local resident in Luhansk
An unarmed civilian, resident of Stanytsia Luhanska, Luhansk region (Ukraine-controlled territory), was bludgeoned to death by pro-Russian militants; the tragedy took place in Luhansk, when the ‘commandants’ detained the man and ‘reprimanded’ him in the commandant’s office.
Eurovision 2017: Rapid response teams of National Guard maintain public order
Fighters of rapid response teams of Ukraine’s National Guard joined the police in Kyiv to maintain public order in the city during Eurovision 2017 in Ukraine. The National Guard’s press service reported that on May 2.
President honored memory of victims of the terrorist attack near the British Parliament in March 2017
In the course of the official visit to the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, President Petro Poroshenko visited the National Police Memorial in London.
Police helicopter crashes in Turkey: 12 dead, no survivors
A helicopter of Turkish Interior Ministry crashed in Tunceli province, in the country’s southeast. All twelve passengers and the crew deceased, AP reports with reference to the Turkish authority.
President to armor crewmen: Your strength is not only about a solid armor and a powerful weaponry, it is about determination, courage and willingness to give life for Ukraine
In Luhansk region, President Petro Poroshenko met with armor crewmen of a tank unit withdrawn from the touch line pursuant to the Minsk agreements.
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