Safe Times to Travel(or don't worry about ISIS attacks during these hours)

If you were wondering if there is a safe time to travel or go places without fear of a jihadist from ISIS mounting an attack, be assured there is a time. 196 more words

World Police: Police Nationale (France)

The National Police (Police Nationale) is one of two national police forces in France and the main law enforcement agency in the country. It has primary jurisdiction over towns and cities. 388 more words


The French eye-for-an-eye policy

See this 24 min documentary on Al-Jazeera. Here is an example of what it tells you:

“Like 10,500 other French Muslims, Halim has a “Fiche S”, or S-Card, attached to his police record. 156 more words

International Affairs

Poland Euro 2016 Football fans Arrested: Marseille police again use water cannon, tear gas, arrests -- "Bloodshed not too bad"


© AFP | Poland supporters cheer in the “Vieux port” of Marseille, ahead of the Euro 2016 football match between Ukraine and Poland

MARSEILLE (AFP) – French police used water cannon and tear gas on football fans amid ugly incidents in Marseille ahead of the Euro 2016 match Tuesday between Ukraine and Poland, an AFP reporter said. 223 more words

French and British police block Calais Convoy

John Walker reports on the Convoy to Calais on Saturday, which say French and British police block activists from travelling to France to deliver aid… 1,949 more words


French police alerted to possible arrival of fighters

PARIS (AP) — French police and anti-terrorism investigators have been alerted to the possibility that small groups of extremists have left Syria for France and Belgium with plans to stage attacks. 527 more words


Paris Labour Reform Protests: 40 Injured, 58 people arrested; Damage to Children’s Hospital -- Stun grenades, tear gas and water cannon used

Paris Labour Reform protests Get Ugly

14 Jun, 2016 20:20

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People gather around to assist an injured protester lying on the ground during a demonstration against proposed labour reforms in Paris on June 14, 2016. 471 more words