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A Metropolitan Police officer stands guard outside Bow Street Magistrates Court, after two women appeared before magistrates to face terrorism-related charges in the wake of the July 21 bombings in London, Friday, Aug. 5 2005. The women are charged with failing to disclose information that could have helped police investigating the attac
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More than 1,000 UK police have criminal records
| LONDON (Reuters Life!) - More than 1,000 serving police officers in Britain have criminal records, figures obtained under freedom of information laws showed on Wednesday. | Convictions of the 1,063 ... (photo: AP / Sergio Dionisio)
Police Service of Northern Ireland officers stand next to graffiti supporting the Continuity Irish Republican Army, as they prepare to search houses in Craigavon, Northern Ireland, Tuesday, March, 10, 2009, following the shooting of a police officer. The Continuity IRA said in a message to Belfast media that it carried out the shooting - 48 hours after the killing of two British soldiers claimed by the Real IRA
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IRA rebel groups co-ordinated attacks
| THE Irish republican terrorist groups that killed two soldiers and a police officer in two separate attacks over 48 hours may have co-ordinated their operations, British security officials have said... (photo: AP)
Golden Buddha status in Dharamshala, India Canberra Times
Between Buddhism and hard yards of police work
| BUDDHISM and law enforcement are unusual bedfellows. | Adhering to the principles of non-violence, calmness and love for all human beings is not easy when your day job involves investigating and loc... (photo: WN / Yeshe Choesang)
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An armed police officers stands on the road leading to the Albertville school in Winnenden near Stuttgart, Germany, Wednesday, March 11, 2009. A 17-year-old gunman dressed in black opened fire at his former high school in southwestern Germany on Wednesday, killing at least 11 people and injuring others before fleeing the scene, police s NZ Herald
Teen kills 10 in German school shooting
12:54AM Thursday Mar 12, 2009 | An armed police officer stands in front of the Albertville school in Winnenden near Stuttgart, Germany. Photo / AP | WINNENDEN - A 17-year-old gunman dressed in black c... (photo: AP / Thomas Kienzle)
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Police slay teen gunman who killed 15 in Germany
| OLIVER SCHMALE | The Associated Press | WINNENDEN, Germany - A 17-year-old gunman dressed in black opened fire at his former high school in southwestern Germany on Wedn... (photo: Creative Commons / codiespoetry)
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People from the four major church denominations, Roman Catholic, Presbyterian, Anglican and Methodist, turn out for a peace rally at Belfast's City Hall, Northern Ireland, Wednesday, March, 11, 2009. Labor union leaders called on workers across Northern Ireland to come together for a silent protest Wednesday against Irish Republican Army dissidents responsible for killing three people and wounding four othe Belfast Telegraph
Thousands in Northern Ireland attend peace vigils after horrifc murders
| Thousands of Northern Ireland people today displayed a united front as they stood in silent protest against the sudden resurgence in terrorist violence. | After the dea... (photo: AP / Peter Morrison)
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N. Ireland killings spark turnaround by ex-IRA commander
       British Prime Minister Gordon Brown (L) shakes hands with Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness at Castle Buildings in Stormont, Belfast on Monday. On Wedne... (photo: Creative Commons / DEMOSH)
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A detail of the newly discovered portrait of William Shakespeare, presented by the Shakespeare Birthplace trust, is seen in central London, Monday March 9, 2009. BBC News
Why is this the definitive image of Shakespeare?
| Droeshout's image will always be important, he says, because it's published on the First Folio, which published half of Shakespeare's plays for the first time. | He exp... (photo: AP / Lefteris Pitarakis)
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Ala. man kills at least 9, including 4 relatives Syracuse
Ala. man kills at least 9, including 4 relatives
| SAMSON, Ala. (AP) - Authorities were working Wednesday to learn why a gunman set off on a rampage of at least nine slayings across two rural Alabama counties. Shocked, ... (photo: AP / Phil Coale)
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Report: Attorney general recuses himself from Clemens case
| NEW YORK -- Attorney general Eric Holder has cited a conflict of interest in recusing himself from any legal matters involving Roger Clemens, the Daily News reported Tu... (photo: Public Domain / Kelly)
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German Special Police Forces leave the Albertville school in Winnenden near Stuttgart, Germany, Wednesday, March 11, 2009. Police say a gunman dressed in a black combat uniform opened fire at the high school in southern Germany on Wednesday, killing at least 10 people and injuring others before fleeing the sc Star Tribune
German police say at least 10 killed, several injured, in school shooting near Stuttgart
| WINNENDEN, Germany - A 17-year-old gunman dressed in black opened fire at his former high school in southwestern Germany on Wednesday, killing at least 10 people and in... (photo: AP / Thomas Kienzle)
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In this photo released by the Australian Defense Department, an Australian Surveillance Reconnaissance Vehicle (SRV) patrols outside the perimeter of a forward operating base in Afghanistan Sept. 17, 2005. An elite Australian commando was injured and an Afghani soldier killed when their patrol clashed with insurgents in Afghanistan, Friday, Sept. 23, 2005. The clash came less than a month after a group of 190 Australian special forces commandos began arriving in Afghanistan to bolster international efforts to restore law and order amid an upsurge in violence blamed on the al-Qaida terror network and supporters of the ousted Taliban regi
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- Seventeen dead in German school shooting
- Man 'shot' in arm
- Nearly 500 police officers
- Former Chief Holds Key To 'ninoy' Slay
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A Metropolitan Police officer stands guard outside Bow Street Magistrates Court, after two women appeared before magistrates to face terrorism-related charges in the wake of the July 21 bombings in London, Friday, Aug. 5 2005. The women are charged with failing to disclose information that could have helped police investigating the attac
More than 1,000 UK police have criminal records
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Violence Murders
- Dating Abuse Affects One in Five Teens
- End Violence Against Women And Girls
- Violence claims a record 26th Chicago school kid
- Congress Discusses Increasing Drug Violence in Mexico
- Abuse victims report long-term poor health, depression
- Thousands flock to peace rallies as Pope condemns Ulster vio
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Dating Abuse Affects One in Five Teens
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- DOJ worried for safety of Mancao, kin
- Former Chief Holds Key To 'ninoy' Slay
- Peace talks periled
- Not us — AFP
- Double murder charge vs ex town exec
- Dismissal of murder raps vs ex-mayor hit
 Former Iraqi president Saddam Hussein, right, Sultan Hashim Ahmad al-Tai, second left, Sabir al-Douri, third left, leave the court room after an order by the presiding judge Mohammed Oreibi al-Khalifa, bottom centre with finger raised, as Ali Hassan al-M
Tareq Aziz jailed for 15 years
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Human Rights Terrorism
- Greater efforts needed to protect children's rights, say
- After Complaints Fail, Chinese Try Protests
- Thousands attend funeral for Zimbabwe prime minister's w
- Caught on camera: The moment a suicide bomber blew himself u
- Anti-drug drive fuels cartels
- Nigeria gay activists speak out
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UN warns it's losing ground in global war on drugs
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- IRA rebel groups co-ordinated attacks
- MI5 increases budget to fill gaps
- Aussie surge to support Afghans
- British leader nixes inquiry into UK anti-terror tactics
- Silent vigils protest terror killings
- Explosion at Casablanca video game arcade kills 1
Police Service of Northern Ireland officers stand next to graffiti supporting the Continuity Irish Republican Army, as they prepare to search houses in Craigavon, Northern Ireland, Tuesday, March, 10, 2009, following the shooting of a police officer. The Continuity IRA said in a message to Belfast media that it carried out the shooting - 48 hours after the killing of two British soldiers claimed by the Real IRA
IRA rebel groups co-ordinated attacks
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