Fear, anger, hate, and sometimes a lack of proper training drive police officers to fatally shoot criminal suspects – even if they're armed with a screwdriver or a knife, human rights activist and former Philadelphia officer Grigory Krasovsky told RT.
Racism remains widespread in English football, a new study shows. The investigation, including data from 24 police forces across the country, reveals there have been more than 350 race-related incidents in the game since 2012.
Half of the terror attacks carried out or plotted in Britain involve members of the banned extremist network Al-Muhajiroun, which has been linked to the 7/7 London bombings and the Lee Rigby murder, a new report reveals.
Home Secretary Theresa May has appealed for Muslims to help tackle the threat of extremism, saying Britain must not tolerate citizens who fail to respect its values and that British freedoms come with “responsibilities.”
A group calling itself the “Islamic State Hacking Division” has published a list of names with personal details of purported US servicemen, urging for their “brothers residing in America” to kill them. The unverified data breach is being investigated.
An EU report suggests Jerusalem has reached a dangerous boiling point of ‘polarization and violence.’ The account, published by the Guardian, says the EU may take a tougher line against Israel as it continues to build illegal settlements in the city.
The University of Virginia basketball team may have national championship dreams, but this March, Charlottesville residents are mad about the arrest of a black UVA honor roll student in the Cavaliers’ hometown.
Residents of Austin, Texas are trying to get to the bottom of a wave of defacements that took the city by surprise this week when area businesses were vandalized overnight with stickers saying “exclusively for white people.”
Recently adopted resolutions condemning anti-Semitism by student unions at two University of California campuses have come under criticism for going too far, with opponents arguing they stifle debate under the guise of battling bigotry.
Spanish journalist Javier Espinosa, who was held hostage by the Islamic State for more than six months, has given a detailed account of his time in captivity, including torture and mock executions at the hands of British-raised jihadists.
Seemingly unfazed by the outrage his comments on Fox Business Channel have caused, the former US general who thinks the only solution to the Ukraine conflict is to “start killing Russians” has defended his stance, again speaking to Fox.