Caribbean countries to file lawsuits against U.S. gun manufacturers: reports

Mexico and several Caribbean countries are considering filing lawsuits against U.S. gun manufacturers for their role in fuelling violence and crime in their respective countries. The move comes as these nations struggle to curb the proliferation of illegal firearms, which have caused countless deaths and injuries

France: National Police and customs checked 107 buses and 1647 passengers

A sizable control operation was carried out in New Caledonia by the French municipal Police and customs. The primary goals of this massive operation were to protect the community, apprehend fraudsters, and put an end to illicit activities

2 migrants found dead, over 1,150 rescued off Sicily: Coast Guard

Two immigrants were found dead & more than 1,150 were rescued off Sicily, the coast guard stated on Wednesday, because the new nationalist government in Rome alerted to prevent two refugee boats run by charities from taking entry into Italian waters.

Correctional court of Antwerp convicted 3 drivers for cocaine trafficking

The correctional court of Antwerp on Friday has convicted three drivers of container handlers or straddle carriers for their involvement in cocaine trafficking.

Belgium issues guidelines to assist victims of non-consensual distribution of sexual explicit content

Belgium has issued guidelines on how better to assist victims of non-consensual distribution of sexually explicit content and improve probe.

Germany police arrested man for resisting arrest, biting police dog

The Police in Germany on Friday, October 14, said that they have arrested a man for resisting arrest and biting a service dog.

WHO has zero tolerance for sexual assault: Dr Tedros to Rosie James who was sexually assaulted by WHO official

Crimes across the world have been continuous on the rise, multiple women and men are falling victim to these crimes. So as sexual exploitation, of which, cases are continues to spike. 

Dead body of a woman, who was missing from last 2 yrs traced because of Google Street View

The dead body of a woman who had been missing since November 2, 2020 has been discovered in the Namur province of Andenne.

Paris: 12-year-old ‘Lola’ found dead in suitcase; died of suffocation, says autopsy

The 12-year-old girl "Lola", who was found dead on Friday night in a suitcase near her home in Paris, died of suffocation. The following information has been confirmed via an autopsy report.

Prosecution requested for 3-year-jail sentence for man for growing 600 cannabis plants

The prosecution has made a request for three-year-prison sentence on Wednesday in the Dinant Criminal Court for a man indicted for growing and selling cannabis.

Sweden logs record-high killings in fatal shootings took place this year: Reports

Sweden has recorded over 48 killings, among whom all were shot to death in 2022. The Swedish media have shared the following information on Friday, calling it record-high.

Limburg TikTokker Ranst arrest for forcing underage teenage girls intro prostitution: Reports

"Glen Van Ranst," who had gathered an online following of around 66,000 followers on the application, has been nabbed in connection with forcing four underage teenage girls into prostitution, as per local media reports.

Belgium: NSC meeting discusses plans to combat organised crime at national level

During a meeting of the National Security Council (NSC) on Thursday, plans to combat organised crime at a national level were discussed.

Tag: Crime

Norway Closes Border to Russian Tourists Amid Ukraine Conflict

"The decision to tighten the entry rules is in line with the Norwegian approach of standing by allies and partners in the reactions against Russia's illegal war of aggression against Ukraine," Mehl stated

Paris Olympics Opening Ceremony Rehearsal Delayed Again Due to Seine’s High Water Levels

Recent data collected by water charity Surfrider in mid-May revealed E. coli levels surpassing four times the authorized limit, raising alarms about the presence of untreated human waste in the waterway

Macron Makes Urgent Visit to New Caledonia Amidst Escalating Violence

Upon his arrival at La Tontouta International Airport, located approximately 50 kilometers from the capital, Noumea, Macron expressed his foremost priority: "My wish, along with that of my ministers and the government, is to be alongside the people and see a return to peace, calm, and security as soon as possible."

Netherlands Permanently Halts International Adoptions Amid Scrutiny and Scandal

The temporary ban was a response to mounting evidence of irregularities and unlawful practices within the adoption system. In recent years, the practice of adopting children from abroad has already been on the decline

French Lawmakers to Debate Assisted Dying Amid Divisive National Conversation

The parliamentary marathon, expected to extend possibly until the summer of 2025, will center on a proposed legislation that could reshape the landscape of end-of-life care in France