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Fake welfare workers inspected babies, Australian police say

Australian police are investigating a disturbing case where two people posing as child welfare officers entered a womans home and inspected her babies. The impostors, a man and a woman, presented fake identification and told the mother they were conducting a welfare check, authorities said. The woman later contacted authorities, who confirmed the visit was suspicious. New South Wales auth...


Israeli police recommend bribery charges against Netanyahu
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Israeli police recommend bribery charges against Netanyahu

Israeli police on Tuesday recommended indicting Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu for bribery, opening the way for what could be the biggest challenge yet to the right-wing leaders political survival. Against the backdrop of Israeli flags in a televised speech at his residence, a somber Netanyahu called the allegations baseless and vowed to complete his fourth term in office. It will be up t...


Crocodile found walking Melbourne street on Christmas Day

Australian police are looking for the owner of a small crocodile found wandering the streets of Melbourne on Christmas Day. Locals taking an evening stroll stumbled across the reptile outside a suburban business. Instead they found a 1m (3.2ft) long freshwater crocodile sitting quietly on the footpath. Snake catcher Mark Pelley was called on to handle the unusual Christmas find in the sub...


Australia police Periscope 'plans to arrest N Korean agent'

Australian police are conducting a security review after an office conversation, reportedly about plans to arrest a suspected North Korean agent, were broadcast live online. The Australian Federal Police (AFP) have not commented on the content of the conversation, which was streamed live on Periscope. But the West Australian newspaper said it was clearly about the operation to arrest Chan Ha...


Australian man trafficked wife and baby to India, police say
Source: Reuters

Australian man trafficked wife and baby to India, police say

A man accused of forcing his wife and baby daughter to travel from Australia to India has been charged with human trafficking in Sydney. Police say the man, 27, used threats, coercion and deception to force his wife and two-month-old girl to leave against the womans will in March. He then allegedly tried to cancel his India-born wifes Australian visa. The man faced a Sydney court on Tuesd...


Melbourne man planned New Year's Eve terror attack, police say
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Melbourne man planned New Year's Eve terror attack, police say

Australian police have arrested a man they allege was planning to carry out a terror attack during New Years Eve celebrations in Melbourne. The 20-year-old man will be charged with terrorism offences that carry a maximum penalty of life in prison, authorities said. Police allege the man had planned to shoot people with an automatic gun at Federation Square in the citys centre. There is no...


PNG police enter Manus asylum centre, Australia confirms

Police in Papua New Guinea (PNG) have entered a former Australian-run detention centre in a bid to get asylum seekers who remain there to leave, the Australian government has confirmed. Hundreds of men have refused to leave the Manus Island centre since it was shut down on 31 October, citing fears for their safety. On Thursday, the men inside the centre said that PNG police had given them a ...


Thieves leave 3 crocodiles inside Northern Territory school

Australian police are searching for four men who left three malnourished saltwater crocodiles in a school, after breaking in to steal computer equipment. Northern Territory Police said the men entered the Taminmin College in Humpty Doo, 40km (25 miles) south of Darwin, early on Sunday after pushing the crocodiles through a broken window. CCTV footage released by police showed the men stealin...


Nepal to provide details of 6 Nepalis accused in polymer note scam to Australian govt

With the legal hurdles removed, the government has decided to send the details of three companies including six Nepali nationals accused by Australia in the polymer note case. Through the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Ministry of Law is sending the details of bank accounts, professional regulations, business and travel details of the three companies and six persons including Himalaya Bahadur...


Police in hunt for Nepali ringleader of int’l drug racket

A Nepali mans name has emerged in police investigation as the ringleader of an international drug racket operating from Thailand, who according to police has been using Nepal as a hub to supply contraband drugs to various countries. Police investigation has revealed that Dharma Pakhrin Tamang of Dhading, who is based in Thailand, runs the racket with the help of his younger brother Purna Pakhri...


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