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    Police Response at Sarah Everard Vigil Was Appropriate, Investigators Say

    An official inquiry determined that London police officers — who were seen on video pinning women to the ground as they dispersed a crowd — were justified in their actions.

    U.K. Police Bill Protesters Turn Violent at Bristol Rally

    A “kill the bill” rally deteriorated into chaos as protesters attacked the police in a southwest Britain city.

    Police in Malta Say Arrests Are Complete in Journalist’s 2017 Murder

    The force’s commissioner said everyone believed to be involved in the car bombing that killed Daphne Caruana Galizia was in custody. But a motive remains unclear.

    Myanmar Police Open Fire on Protesters, Killing 2

    At least 10 other people protesting the military’s ouster of civilian leaders were wounded in the city of Mandalay, witnesses said.

    Police Shoot a Street Juggler in Chile, Setting Off Protests

    Buildings were burned in the southern town of Panguipulli after the fatal shooting, which was captured on video.
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    Mr. Déby who was aiming for a fourth decade in power, died from what the government called wounds sustained at a battlefront with rebels.

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