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‘Investigation lacks objectivity’: Lawyers slam report into Zambrano-Montes killing, shot 17-times by police
Lawyers representing Antonio Zambrano-Montes, who was shot by police in February, in Washington state, say a police investigation into his death was “disappointing,” while they have doubts whether it was carried out “impartially.”

01.07.2015 08:21

Quarter of US cop shooting victims were in mental distress – report
Of the 461 fatal police shootings in the US so far this year, 123 cases involved a person that was mentally or emotionally unstable, a new report reveals. In the first six months of 2015, US police shot a distraught person on average once every 36 hours.

30.06.2015 18:21

SAS-style police counter-terror unit unveiled in wake of Tunisia attack
Scotland Yard has revealed the creation of a new unit of armed police officers who will be used to tackle the threat of a gun attack in Britain.

30.06.2015 07:53

City drone vs. country shotgun: Court case breaks out over downed hexacopter
As hobby drones become more ubiquitous, one California man decided he wouldn’t accept our new robot overlords and shot down his neighbor’s homemade hexacopter. Now he’s refusing to pay the owner back, despite a court mandating him to fork over the cash.

29.06.2015 22:20

​Smuggled automatic weapons could be used in Tunisia-style attack – UK security chiefs
Automatic weapons smuggled into the UK could be used for Tunisia-style terrorist attacks, according to a police report. The assessment comes as security is tightened ahead of the Wimbledon tennis championships.

29.06.2015 09:53

Tunisia massacre: May condemns ‘despicable act of cruelty,’ pledges to defeat extremism
Home Secretary Theresa May has renewed her pledge to tackle extremism in the wake of the Tunisian shooting which has left over 30 people dead including at least 18 confirmed British fatalities.

29.06.2015 11:54

Cameron vows ‘full spectrum’ British response to ISIS Tunisia shooting
Prime Minister David Cameron has promised a “full spectrum” British response to the Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) shooting at a Tunisian hotel which killed at least 38 people.

29.06.2015 08:05

Argument at gay pride parade ends in shooting & injuries in San Francisco (VIDEO)
A bystander has been shot when teenagers arguing at a crowded gay pride event in San Francisco's Civic Center Plaza drew guns, police said. The shooting caused chaotic scenes as dozens of people ran away screaming.

28.06.2015 06:13

Tunisia holds vigil for horrific beach massacre victims (PHOTOS)
Hundreds of Tunisians have held a vigil for the victims of a brutal terrorist attack on the beach resort of Sousse, condemning the international extremism which claimed at least 39 lives on Friday, mostly tourists.

28.06.2015 00:55

​White Americans bigger terror threat than Islamic extremists – study
White Americans are the biggest terror threat in the United States, having killed more people in attacks than Muslims or any other group in the last 14 years, according to a new study.

27.06.2015 13:48

‘Run, run, run...’ Eyewitnesses share their accounts of Tunisia beach massacre scene
At least 38 people have been killed and 36 injured on Friday, after a gunman opened fire on the beach of a popular Tunisian Sousse resort area. Those who survived the manslaughter shared what they've been through with international media.

26.06.2015 21:01

‘Tunisia attacks designed to portray Middle East as a danger zone’
The Tunisia attack was an attempt to undermine the nation’s tourist industry and cripple the economy. The more poverty, the more chance of people buying the radicals’ narrative, analysts told RT.

26.06.2015 14:20