The Metropolitan Police made five referrals to the police watchdog after arresting a serving officer on suspicion of murdering Sarah Everard. The Independent Office for Police Conduct IOPC has so far confirmed it will probe one relating to the Met's handling of an indecent exposure complaint made against suspect Wayne Couzens, 48, in the days before the year-old marketing executive's disappearance. Another, referral which the IOPC is still assessing, relates to an incident earlier today in which Couzens suffered a head injury while in custody. Just after 6pm this evening they confirmed officers have been given an extension to question him further.
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Investigators forwarded their findings to the Alberta Crown Prosecution Service which determined the evidence met their standard for prosecution. The release says Const. Samuel Sanson was arrested Wednesday and charged with one count of sexual assault. Sore arm, fatigue, muscle pain and fever are some of the side effects being reported in those receiving COVID vaccines, and experts say that's mostly a good thing. Vaccines are supposed to trigger an immune response, they say. That's how you know they're working.
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Skip to main content. Jamaicans have been put on notice to expect more hospitalisations and even more COVID deaths as the number of cases on the island, especially among the 60 years and older cohort, continues to rise. At the same time, the number of daily confirmed cases continues to rise with new cases recorded on Wednesday. Jamaica has been experiencing a high positivity rate for COVID, with nearly 19 per cent of persons sampled for the respiratory virus testing positive.
THE HAGUE, Netherlands — A police officer in the northern Dutch city of Groningen was stabbed in the face when he attempted to check why two young men were outside during the national coronavirus curfew, the city's police force said. The two young men fled on foot after the stabbing Wednesday night. Police launched a hunt for them and appealed for witnesses. The 9 p. Dutch curfew sparked rioting when it was introduced late in January but has been largely adhered to throughout the country since then.