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    Indian Police Accuse Popular TV Station of Ratings Fraud

    Republic TV has torn down critics and bolstered the Indian government. Now it is under a criminal investigation.

    Canadian Police Charge Man With Faking Terrorist Activity

    The man, Shehroze Chaudhry, created a political storm in Canada with his assertions that he participated in atrocities by ISIS in Syria.

    Hong Kong Police Block Protests Over Delayed Election

    Thousands of officers flooded the streets to stop a demonstration that had been planned to show public anger over the postponement and the imposition of a draconian security law.

    What Are ‘Spit Hoods,’ and Why Do the Police Use Them?

    Daniel Prude died in Rochester after officers covered his head with a hood. The devices are widely used, but the N.Y.P.D. does not give them to patrol officers.

    Berlin Police Halt Rally Against Coronavirus Restrictions

    Thousands had gathered in the German capital. But the protest was shut down before reaching its destination for failing to obey social distancing rules.
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