Law Enforcement

Pakistan origin British peer puts 10 million pound bounty on Obama

In a remark that led to his suspension from the Labour Party, Lord Nazir Ahmed, a controversial Pakistani-origin British peer, has reportedly offered 10 million pounds for arresting US President Barack Obama and his predecessor George Bush,

Gunman pleads 'not guilty' for massacre of 77 people in Norway10 day long trial against Norwary shooter begins

OSLO - Far-right extremist Anders Behring Breivik Monday pleaded not guilty to criminal charges for his 2011 massacre of 77 people in Norway, saying he acted in self defense as his long-awaited trial got under way.

UK police blames Pakistan International Airlines crew for stealing goods

The UK police officials have urged the Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) management crew, which included airhostesses and stewards, to stop stealing goods from hotels and shops during their stay in that country.

U.S. Marshals Fugitive Task Force Arrests Broward County Attempted Murder Suspect at Tallahassee Apartment Complex

The US Marshals Florida Regional Fugitive Task Force (FRFTF) today announced the arrest of 33 year old Ronell Octavius Gillins of Miramar, Florida at an apartment complex located at 2616 Mission Road in Tallahassee, FL. Gillins was currently being sought by the Broward County Sheriff’s Office in Miramar, FL on charges of Attempted 1s Degree Murder. According to Broward County Detectives, Gillins was involved in a physical altercation with his pregnant fiancé, Tameka Francis, on 03/31/2012 in Miramar, FL in which Gillins is alleged to have choked and then slammed the victims head against a vehicle. Later that same day the victim of the domestic dispute was walking with her brother, Glenroy Dunn, when both were confronted by Gillins. According to information provided by investigators, Gillins fired one shot from a handgun striking Glenroy Dunn in his abdomen and then turned the gun towards his fiancé. As the two victims attempted to retreat to their residence, Gillins was observed running from the area and then fleeing in an unknown vehicle. Early this morning FRFTF Task Force members received information from the US Marshals task force in Ft. Lauderdale that Gillins had possibly fled South Florida and was staying with a family member in Tallahassee. FRFTF members discovered that Gillins had a nephew currently residing at the Stratford Landings Apartment Complex and established surveillance on the apartment early this morning. At approximately 8:30AM FRFTF members along with marked Leon County Sheriff’s Office deputies surrounded the residence and called Gillins out of the apartment where he was arrested without incident. Gillins was then transported to the Leon County Jail and booked in on his outstanding Broward County charge.

$22mn fine levied on Goldman for analyst huddles

Two regulatory agencies - the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) and the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Thursday fined Wall Street bank Goldman, Sachs Co. $22 million for failure to have checks in place to prevent analysts from sharing trading ideas with the firm's traders, who interface with clients and sometimes equity salespersons.

US Government, Sotheby's Battle over Ancient Khmer Warrior Statue

A federal judge in New York says that a 10th century Cambodian statue will remain in the custody of Sotheby's auction house while a dispute over its ownership plays out in court. U.S. District Judge George Daniels says that because all parties agree that the statue is safely housed in a Sotheby's warehouse, it should not be subjected to the risk of being moved unnecessarily.

Move to prevent former Egyptian intelligence chief from contesting poll

The Egyptian parliament, dominated by Islamists, on Thursday approved a law that excludes former senior officials of the Hosni Mubarak regime from the presidential race and strips them of their political rights for 10 years.

US agent accused of buying guns for Mexican cartels

A US Border Patrol agent and his girlfriend are in custody on charges of conspiring to buy firearms and ammunition and smuggle them to criminal gangs in Mexico, according to court documents.

Family of Indian journo stranded in Oman fighting legal battle against 'unfair dismissal'

The family of an Indian journalist in Oman, who is fighting a court battle for an year against his alleged unfair dismissal, is stranded without visas as the newspaper he worked for did not renew residence visas of his wife and two young children.

Zimmerman charged with black teen's killing

A neighbourhood watch volunteer has been charged with second-degree murder for the fatal shooting of unarmed black teenager Trayvon Martin, a case that has caused outrage across the US.