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B. 2015-05-03 Freddie Gray: Baltimore lifts overnight curfew Baltimore
2. 2015-05-01 Baltimore police officers 'did nothing wrong' Baltimore
2015-04-28 Baltimore police enforce curfew Baltimore
E. 2015-03-11 White House car crash investigated
F. 2015-01-15 'Cyber attack war games' to be staged by UK and US London
G. 2014-12-22 NYC police chief backs mayor New York
H. 2014-12-08 CIA report prompts US security alert CIA
I. 2014-12-01 Obama in police body-camera call Washington

White House car crash investigated   Washington: The US Secret Service is investigating two senior agents after a car crash at the White House   India braces for US President Barack Obama's Delhi visit  New Delhi: US President Barack Obama is due to arrive in India for a three-day visit, where he will be protected by an unprecedented security operation 'Cyber attack war games' to be staged by UK and US  London: The UK and US are to carry out 'war game' cyber attacks on each other as part of a new joint defence against online criminals NYC police chief backs mayor  New York: Police Commissioner Bill Bratton has backed Bill de Blasio after criticism that he had increased tensions between police and minority communities CIA report prompts US security alert  Security has been stepped up at US facilities around the world ahead of the release of a report expected to reveal details of harsh interrogations   Obama in police body-camera call   Washington: US President Barack Obama has requested $263m to improve police training, pay for body cameras and restore trust in policing   Ferguson shooting: Darren Wilson quits police force Map of Ferguson. Missouri Missouri  Missouri: US police officer Darren Wilson - who fatally shot unarmed black teenager Michael Brown in the Missouri town of Ferguson - has resigned from the force White House security lapses detailed   Washington: An intruder armed with a knife managed to dodge guards and enter the White House because of poor communication and a series of lapses   Maine will try to enforce Hickox quarantine   New England: The governor of Maine has vowed to exercise the 'full extent' of his authority to quarantine a nurse who treated Ebola patients in Africa White House security stepped up after intrusions Map of White House USA
Freddie Gray: Baltimore lifts overnight curfew Map of Baltimore  Baltimore has lifted an overnight curfew imposed this week following riots sparked by the death of a black man in police custody Baltimore police officers 'did nothing wrong' Map of Baltimore  A lawyer for 6 officers says they 'did nothing wrong', after criminal charges were announced against them in the case of Freddie Gray Baltimore police enforce curfew Map of Baltimore

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  Police are trying to enforce a curfew, a night after violence rocked the city. 2,000 National Guard troops and 1,000 police are on the city streets

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year 2014 Top ^

  Washington: The Secret Service launched a 'comprehensive review' of procedures there after two attempted breaches in 24 hours


year 2013 Top ^

  Washington: The U.S. and Afghanistan have reached a deal on the final language of a bilateral security agreement, guiding the role of American troops
Nov.14 Agents 'removed from Obama guard'. Washington Apr.24 Boston manhunt officer remembered   Thousands of mourners have held a memorial for Sean Collier, a university police officer killed during the hunt for the Marathon bombing sus...

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Oct.9 'No warning' of Libyan US attack  Washington: The Department of State has said it had no actionable intelligence about plans for last month's deadly attack on the American consulate in L... Mar.22 Florida police chief stands aside   Bill Lee criticised over the investigation into the shooting of an unarmed black teenager has announced he will temporarily step down

year 2011 Top ^

Aug.13 Ex-NYC top cop to advise UK on gangs
  London: Bill Bratton will advise the British government on tackling the street gangs blamed for the violence that raged nationwide May.3   Pakistan dismisses US raid fears
  Pakistan has hit back at US statements suggesting it could not be trusted with details of the operation which killed Osama Bin Laden

year 2010 Top ^

Dec.5   US 'vital facilities' list leaked  A long list of key facilities around the world that the US describes as vital to its national security has been released by Wikileaks Jan.3 Tougher US air screening rules
  The authorities are introducing tougher screening rules for passengers arriving by air from nations deemed to have links with terrorism

year 2009 Top ^

May.21   Obama: Gitmo 'weakens US security'  Washington: President Barack Obama: The US prison camp at Guantanamo Bay has weakened national security and served as a rallying call for enemies Jan.30 Blackwater losing Iraq contract. Washington

year 2008 Top ^

Aug.31 City declares storm curfew
. New Orleans

year 2005 Top ^

Sep.27 City police chief resigns
. New Orleans

year 2003 Top ^

Nov.5 Critics challenge US abortion ban
. Washington

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