When Danish police pulled a woman over, she locked herself in her car and refused to talk

Danish police say that a routine traffic stop on a highway south of the capital turned into an unusual standoff as a 26-year-old woman locked her car and refused to speak to the police officer who had pulled her over

Judge orders preventative detention for Iranian and 2 Peruvians in thwarted plot to kill Israelis

A Peruvian judge has ordered 18 months of preventative detention for an Iranian and two Peruvian men while they are investigated for allegedly trying to kill two Israelis living in the South American country

Australian police charge 5 teens in investigation stemming from stabbing of Sydney bishop

Police in Australia say five teenagers accused of following a violent extremist ideology have been charged with a range of offenses in an investigation that began with the stabbing of a bishop in a Sydney church

1 person was arrested after 3 people were injured in a 'major incident' at a Welsh school

Welsh police say a suspect has been arrested after three people were injured in a “major incident” at a school in Wales

Tunisia recovers the bodies of 19 migrants who attempted to cross the Mediterranean to Europe

The bodies of 19 people have been off the coast of Tunisia, one of the primary points of departure for those seeking to traverse the Mediterranean Sea to Europe

London police contain 2 horses that were on the loose in the city. It's still a mystery as to why

London police say they have contained two horses that were seen running around loose without riders in the heart of the capital

Top Russian military official appears in court on bribery charges

A top Russian military official arrested on suspicion of accepting a bribe has been sent to pre-trial detention after appearing before a court in central Moscow

Australian police execute search warrants as part of a 'major operation' over church stabbings

Detectives and secret service agents investigating the stabbing of a bishop in a Sydney church have executed search warrants in the city as part of a major operation

Canadian police charge 2 former UN employees with conspiracy to sell military equipment in Libya

Canadian police say that two former United Nations employees in Montreal have been charged with participating in a conspiracy to sell Chinese-made drones and other military equipment in Libya

Police in Bosnia arrest 23 people suspected of being part of global drug kingpin's 'inner circle'

Law enforcement authorities say they have arrested 23 people in Bosnia suspected of belonging to a “global drug kingpin’s inner circle,” including police and security officials, in a clampdown on criminal networks controlling...

Human rights groups condemn UK plan to send asylum-seekers to Rwanda after Parliament backs new law

Britain’s plans to send some asylum-seekers to Rwanda were swiftly condemned by international humanitarian organizations after Parliament approved legislation allowing the deportation flights to begin later this year

Elon Musk accuses Australia of censorship after court bans violent video

Tech billionaire Elon Musk has accused Australia of censorship after an Australian judge ruled that his social media platform X must block users worldwide from accessing video of a bishop being stabbed in a Sydney church

Writer Leonardo Padura chronicles life in Cuba as his detective 'alter ego' solves gripping crimes

Cuban writer Leonardo Padura has managed to turn his series of detective novels into a social and political chronicle of Cuba, especially his native Havana

Elon Musk accuses Australia of censorship after court bans violent video

Tech billionaire Elon Musk has accused Australia of censorship after an Australian judge ruled that his social media platform X must block users worldwide from accessing video of a bishop being stabbed in a Sydney church

Elon Musk accuses Australia of censorship after court bans violent video

Tech billionaire Elon Musk has accused Australia of censorship after an Australian judge ruled that his social media platform X must block users worldwide from accessing video of a bishop being stabbed in a Sydney church

British climate protester won't be charged for sign telling jurors to vote their conscience

A London judge says a climate protester who could have faced up to two years in prison for holding a sign outside a courthouse reminding jurors of their right to acquit defendants should not be charged with contempt of court

Report urges fixes to online child exploitation CyberTipline before AI makes it worse

A tipline set up 26 years ago to combat online child exploitation is “enormously valuable” but hasn't lived up to its potential

Celebrity handbag designer sentenced to 18 months in prison for smuggling crocodile handbags

A leading fashion designer whose accessories were used by celebrities from Britney Spears to the cast of the “Sex and the City” TV series was sentenced Monday to 18 months in prison after pleading guilty in Miami federal court to...

Report urges fixes to online child exploitation CyberTipline before AI makes it worse

A tipline set up 26 years ago to combat online child exploitation is “enormously valuable” but hasn't lived up to its potential

Police in Greece raid homes and detain dozens in crackdown on deadly soccer violence

Police in Greece have raided multiple homes in Athens and detained dozens of suspects in a crackdown on soccer violence that led to the death of a police officer in December

Australian judge bans X from sharing video of bishop being stabbed in Sydney church

An Australian judge has ruled that social media platform X must block every user in the world from accessing video of a bishop being stabbed in a Sydney church, extending the prohibition beyond users in Australia