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January 18, 2019: Bogota explosion: deadly car bomb attack at police academy in Colombia

A car bomb exploded at a heavily guarded police academy in Colombia’s capital on Thursday, killing at least 21 people, wounding dozens and spreading fear about a resurrection of the country’s drug-fueled guerrilla conflict. The scene outside the General Santander...

January 18, 2019: Israeli student murdered in Melbourne, One arrested

SITUATION A man in Melbourne was arrested in connection with the killing of a university student in the city. Although, it is not clear whether the arrested man is the suspect in the murder or not. The victim was a...

January 18, 2019: 30-40 children sex trafficked during Detroit Auto Show

SITUATION About 30 to 40 children are believed to have been trafficked within the Detroit Area during the North American Auto Show. On Wednesday, the VICE unit was tipped off about a missing girl. After the investigation, it was found...

January 17, 2019: FBI arrests Hasher Jallal Taheb–a Georgia man plotting to attack the White House

SITAUTION US federal agency FBI arrested a 21-year-old Georgia man in a sting operation who had detailed plans to use an anti-tank rocket and explosives to storm into the White House and “do as much damage as possible”. The suspect...

January 17, 2019: Ghanaian journalist killed in a revenge attack

SITUATION An undercover journalist belonging to Ghana was shot dead while driving back home. Ahmed Hussein-Suale was shot three times in the Capital City of Accra by unidentified men who were riding on motorbikes. Ahmed was a member of the...

January 17, 2019: German KKK members targeted in 12 raids

SITUATION The German Police have raided several properties throughout Germany in connection with an ongoing investigation related to a radical group which is said to be associated with the K.K.K. (Ku Klux Klan). The police are looking at 17 suspects....

January 16, 2019: 7 people arrested for enslaving Florida teen for sex

SITUATION Seven persons have been arrested in a human trafficking case in Florida, which involves a 15-year-old boy who was treated as a sex slave. Major Mark Hansley of the St. Petersburg police department has said that a woman and...

January 16, 2019: Flight Steward held for smuggling drugs into Australia

SITUATION The Australian Police have said that they have busted a drug smuggling criminal organization which allegedly made use of a flight steward to smuggle drugs into Australia. The drug syndicate was based in Melbourne and was operated by Vietnamese...

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