Three police officers have been injured after attacks during a demonstration against Covid restrictions in the centre of Dublin. Hundreds of protesters were prevented from gathering at St Stephen's Green and were moved to Grafton Street by officers using batons. Garda Irish police Commissioner Drew Harris said police were "lucky" an officer was not seriously injured when a firework was aimed at them. It's only the individual member's quick thinking saved him," Mr Harris told a media briefing on Saturday evening. Mr Harris said: "Undoubtedly there was an element of planning, we could see that building up during the week between social media and other contexts.
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A statement from Victoria police says a man armed with a weapon was shot by officers during an altercation at Royal Jubilee Hospital shortly before a. Police say the victim is believed to have non-life-threatening injuries and no officers were hurt. The statement from Const. Cam MacIntyre says police were in the area on an unrelated call when they were alerted to a man at the hospital, allegedly carrying a weapon. MacIntyre says police used a less-lethal stun gun when they encountered the man but he was shot during the confrontation. Regina is back under some of the strictest public-health measures seen in the province since last spring over concerns about a rising spread of more infectious COVID variants. Premier Scott Moe announced Tuesday that a ban on household guests, which was lifted provincewide two weeks ago, is immediately back in place in Regina and surrounding communities.
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BrennaRoseTV Contact. CALGARY -- Calgary police are investigating a man who died four months ago for numerous sex assaults, including at least one that dates back decades. CTV News has learned the alleged incidents range from the s to as recently as last year and are alleged to involve Timothy Edward Flanagan. Sources say a computer was taken to be analyzed for photos. Police wouldn't say how many women have come forward, however one woman who reported her case to police did speak with CTV.
A police officer who was poisoned in the Salisbury Novichok attack is "fighting for part of his pension", his wife has said. His wife Sarah responded to comments by Wiltshire Police Federation's chairman about support her husband had received. In the latest issue of the Police Federation of England and Wales magazine, Wiltshire chairman Mark Andrews wrote about how the force had supported officers affected by the Novichok attack in March In a tweet responding to the article, Mrs Bailey said her husband "retired 7 weeks ago and he's still fighting for part of his pension". Not quite sure where to start with this.