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Quetta attack: Militants kill dozens at Balochistan Police College

Quetta attack: Militants kill dozens at Balochistan Police College

At least 59 cadets and guards have been killed in an attack by militants on a police college in the ...

Death toll in Cameroon train crash rises to 70

Death toll in Cameroon train crash rises to 70

The number of people killed in a train crash in Cameroon on Friday has risen to 70, with another 600...

Financing resilient cities of the future

Financing resilient cities of the future

Natural disasters – such as Hurricane Matthew – and climate change are having devastatin...

ICRC e-briefing on humanitarian consequences of nuclear weapons

ICRC e-briefing on humanitarian consequences of nuclear weapons

The ICRC has released an e-briefing that shows the catastrophic humanitarian consequences of nu...

Hungary concludes investigation into the death of 71 migrants discovered in lorry

Hungary concludes investigation into the death of 71 migrants discovered in lorry

The Hungarian authorities, closely supported by Europol’s European Migrant Smuggling Centre, h...

Land Rover and Red Cross partnership announces new project to tackle natural disasters in Mexico

Land Rover and Red Cross partnership announces new project to tackle natural disasters in Mexico

The Red Cross is announcing a new project supported by Land Rover – the 18th in the company's ...

Mass migrant departures lead to more than 10,000 people rescued in 48 hours; 28 bodies recovered

Mass migrant departures lead to more than 10,000 people rescued in 48 hours; 28 bodies recovered

In a chaotic night of operations that continued well into the early hours of the morning, the Phoeni...

Hurricane Matthew makes landfall in western Haiti

Hurricane Matthew makes landfall in western Haiti

Hurricane Matthew made landfall in western Haiti during the morning hours of October 4. This visi...

Future of UK-EU police and security co-operation to be explored

Future of UK-EU police and security co-operation to be explored

The EU Home Affairs Sub-Committee starts its inquiry into future UK-EU police and security co-operat...

Dr Joerg Szarzynski joins CRJ Editorial Advisory Panel

Dr Joerg Szarzynski joins CRJ Editorial Advisory Panel

CRJ welcomes Dr Jörg Szarzynski, Education Programme Director and Head of the EduSphere section...

9/11 caused mental illness far beyond US borders

9/11 caused mental illness far beyond US borders

A recent population-wide study from Denmark, demonstrates a ‘significant and immediate’ ...

Study examines cancer rates among World Trade Center-exposed firefighters

Study examines cancer rates among World Trade Center-exposed firefighters

Researchers found no overall increase in cancer risk among World Trade Center (WTC)-exposed firefigh...

Rumour patterns on social media during emergencies

Rumour patterns on social media during emergencies

A researcher at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (BGU) in Israel has developed a new methodology t...

Counter-terrorism specialists team up to take down online terrorist propaganda

Counter-terrorism specialists team up to take down online terrorist propaganda

For the first time since its launch, Europol’s Internet Referral Unit (EU IRU) has organised a...

Study examines how AI might affect urban life in 2030, including healthcare, safety and security

Study examines how AI might affect urban life in 2030, including healthcare, safety and security

A panel of academic and industrial thinkers has looked ahead to 2030 to forecast how advances in art...

UN’s new environment chief warns pollution kills as many people as cancer a year

UN’s new environment chief warns pollution kills as many people as cancer a year

The new head of the United Nations environment agency has laid out key issues facing the intern...

Peers and public perception influence firefighters against safety equipment, research finds

Peers and public perception influence firefighters against safety equipment, research finds

Analysis by a team from Drexel University in the US, have found that firefighters may shun safety ge...

New non-commercial initiative to fight ransomware

New non-commercial initiative to fight ransomware

EU: Dutch National Police, Europol, Intel Security and Kaspersky Lab have joined forces to launch an...

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