Karachi improves on International Crime Index
Karachi: Karachi, the commercial capital of Pakistan, has lately witnessed a marked improvement in law and order as its ranking on the World Crime Index was 6th in 2014 - the provincial capital now stands at 103.Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah stated this while chairing a top-level meeting at the CM House to review law and order of the entire province.Among other officials, Karachi’s Corps Commander Lt General Humayun Aziz and Director-General of Sindh Rangers Major General Omer Ahmed Bukhari attended the meeting.The World Crime Index surveys the rate of criminal activities in 396 cit...
Trump expected to hold 'law and order' event Saturday despite COVID-19 diagnosis
President Donald Trump is expected to hold an in-person, “law and order”-themed event at the White House on Saturday, his first public engagement since testing positive for COVID-19 less than two weeks ago, according to a White House official.The official, speaking on condition of anonymity to discuss the event’s planning, said Friday that the gathering will happen on the South Lawn, with Trump set to deliver remarks to “peaceful protesters for law and order.”Trump’s speech coincides with a preplanned event hosted on the South Lawn by controversial right-wing activist Candace Owens, likely exp...
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Trump’s law-and-order campaign relies on a historic American tradition of racist and anti-immigrant politics
President Trump stressed law and order on a recent trip to Kenosha, Wisconsin.Mandel Ngan/AFP via Getty Images)Austin Sarat, Amherst CollegeThe Republican Party made it clear in its national convention that it intends to make restoring “law and order” central to this fall’s presidential campaign.As he did when he first ran in 2016, President Donald Trump highlighted law and order in his 2020 acceptance speech.“Your vote,” Trump said, “will decide whether we protect law-abiding Americans and whether … we will defend the American way of life or allow a radical movement to completely dismantle an...
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Tightly-controlled Singapore rolls out tough summit security
Singapore (AFP) - Singapore's reputation for rigid law and order was seen as a major factor for being chosen to host Tuesday's US-North Korea summit -- and the tiny city-state is determined not to disappoint.Police, including elite units of Nepalese Gurkhas, will flood the streets and enforce a virtual lockdown of key sections of the city, blocking off roads to facilitate the historic face-to-face between President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.And in order to preempt any disruptive protests, a blanket ban has been imposed on bringing flares, banners or loudhailers anywhere ...