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FIERY DISPLAY: A soccer fan is seen near a police car, which was set on fire by fireworks during clashes between soccer fans and security forces in front of a stadium on the outskirts of Cairo on Sunday. A total of 19 people were killed in clashes outside the  stadium  Picture: REUTERS

Cairo clashes claim 19 lives, soccer on hold

Egypt has suspended all major football games after 19 people were killed in the latest outbreak of violence between fans and police, authorities said yesterday.

National police chief Riah Phiyega

Phiyega did not invent crime: SAPS

Blaming national police chief Riah Phiyega for the crime perpetrated by police officers is wrong, her spokesman said today.

SA Police Service play a major role in perpetrating serious violent crime

Cops are the criminals: SAIRR

Members of the SA Police Service play a major role in perpetrating serious violent crime, the SA Institute of Race Relations (SAIRR) said on today.

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Police ‘bungle’ attack case

Police appear to have botched the arrest and court appearance of a wanted suspect and alleged assailant of a Sunrise-on-Sea couple shortly before Christmas.

SA Police Service play a major role in perpetrating serious violent crime

Two cops killed in ECape

Two police officers have been killed in separate incidents in the Eastern Cape, acting provincial commissioner Maj-Gen Zamuthango Mki said on Thursday.

Detective Sergeant Suneel Bellochun of the Duncan Village police station appeared in the East London magistrate court yesterday charged with corruption Picture: MARK ANDREWS

Hawks arrest top DV cop in bribery sting

A leading police officer from Duncan Village police station’s Criminal Investigation Division has been arrested on charges of corruption.

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Cops warn against illegal liquor outlets

Police have warned Mthatha residents that anyone found running an illegal liquor business would face the full might of the law.

Australian police locked down the centre of the country’s biggest city yesterday after an armed man walked into a downtown Sydney cafe

Terror strikes heart of Sydney

Australian police locked down the centre of the country’s biggest city yesterday  after an armed man walked into a downtown Sydney cafe, took hostages and forced them to display an Islamic flag, igniting fears of a jihadist attack.

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