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Police arrest mastermind of New Year killings in Benue, 3 others

Abuja—The Police Intelligence Response Team, IRT, under the office of Inspector General of Police, have arrested the ringleader of the herdsmen and three other kingpins, who carried out the killing of scores of Benue citizens, following the enactment of the law against open grazing by the Benue State government.

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Edo Youths, Police Clash: Policemen alleged to have caused cab driver’s death testifies

Two Policemen involved in the incident at Upper Igun area of Benin City that led to the alleged killing of a cab driver, David Okoniba, have appeared before the Justice Joseph Olubor-led Administrative Panel of Inquiry to give testimony of their involvement in the fracas which led to a clash between the Police and some youths in the state.

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Ozubulu killings: Tension in court as witness narrates how he was invited to take part in the attack

THERE was tension at the Nnewi High Court premises yesterday during the arraignment of four suspects over the shooting at St Philips Catholic Church, Ozubulu in which 13 persons lost their lives on August 6, 2017, with a star witness, Mr. Chukwujekwu Eze narrating how one of the suspects invited him to participate in the attack against Chief Aloysius Ikegwuonu, popularly called Bishop over alleged unpaid debt.

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Chinese police now kitted with sunglasses that work like cameras

Police in China have begun using surveillance sunglasses equipped with facial recognition technology to identify suspected criminals, the first in the world. The glasses are connected to an internal database of suspects, meaning officers can quickly scan crowds while looking for fugitives. But critics fear the technology will give even more power to the government.
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