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Israeli policemen detain a Bedouin man during clashes that followed a protest against home demolitions on January 18, 2017 in the Bedouin village of Umm al-Hiran, which is not recognized by the Israeli government, near the southern city of Beersheba, in the Negev desert. An Israeli policeman was killed while taking part in an operation to demolish homes in the Bedouin village, with authorities claiming he was targeted in a car-ramming attack. The driver was earlier reported shot dead by police as residents disputed the police version of events, saying the driver was heading to the scene to talk with authorities in an attempt to halt the demolitions. / AFP PHOTO / AHMAD GHARABLIAHMAD GHARABLI/AFP/Getty Images

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Israeli policemen detain a Bedouin man during clashes that followed a protest against home demolitions in the Bedouin village of Umm al-Hiran, which is not recognised by the Israeli government, near the southern city of Beersheba, in the Negev desert. Photo Ahmad Gharabli/AFP/Getty

Iraqi policemen march during a ceremony

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Iraqi policemen march during a ceremony to mark the 95th anniversary of the creation of the Iraqi police at the Shaabiyah training camp in the southern city of Basra. Photo AFP/Getty Images

A man is arrested by a member of the military police after people attempted to block the road with rocks,  in the neighbourhood of Majengo in Goma, eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo, on 19 December, 2016, as tensions rose with one day left of Congolese President Joseph Kabila's mandate. Kabila's second term ends on December 20 but he has shown no sign of stepping down and mediation talks have failed, sparking fears of fresh political violence in the mineral-rich but unstable Democratic Republic of Congo. / AFP PHOTO / Griff TapperGRIFF TAPPER/AFP/Getty Images

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A man is arrested by a member of the military police after people attempted to block the road with rocks, in the neighbourhood of Majengo in Goma, eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo as tensions rose with one day left of Congolese President Joseph Kabila’s mandate. Photo Griff Tapper/AFP/Getty

Demonstrators clash with police during a protest in front of the National Congress in Brasilia on December 13, 2016.  Brazil's Senate approved Tuesday a 20-year freeze on government spending billed as the centerpiece of austerity reforms aimed at restoring economic health to the troubled Latin American giant. / AFP PHOTO / ANDRESSA ANHOLETEANDRESSA ANHOLETE/AFP/Getty Images

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Demonstrators clash with police during a protest in front of the National Congress in Brasilia, Brazil. Photo Andressa Anholet/AFP/Getty 

Lebanese police female cadets

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Lebanese police female cadets march in a military parade during an official ceremony commemorating the country’s 73rd independence day in the capital Beirut.
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Military personnel confront police during a protest against the reform of their pension scheme in Brussels, Belgium, 15 November 2016. The military personnel demonstrate on the day of the King's feast to express their dissatisfaction with the reform of their pension scheme.  EPA/STEPHANIE LECOCQ

Military personnel confront police during a protest against the reform of their pension scheme in Brussels, Belgium. The military personnel demonstrate on the day of the King’s feast to express their dissatisfaction with the reform of their pension scheme. Photo Stephanie Lecocq/EPA

Police intervene when activists block the entrance of the European Commission while they protest in front of the building of the European Commission against the subsidies of Europe in the armaments industry in Brussels, Belgium, 10 November 2016. Police decide to close the neighborhood as a measure of security.  EPA/STEPHANIE LECOCQ

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Police intervene when activists block the entrance of the European Commission while they protest in front of the building of the European Commission against the subsidies of Europe in the armaments industry in Brussels, Belgium. Police decide to close the neighborhood as a measure of security. Photo Stephanie Lecocq/EPA

 Members of the Indonesian National Police (BRIMOB unit, Mobile Brigade Corps) hold riot guns as they stand in position during a security forces drill ahead of the Regional Head Elections 2016 in Jakarta, Indonesia

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Members of the Indonesian National Police (BRIMOB unit, Mobile Brigade Corps) hold riot guns as they stand in position during a security forces drill ahead of the Regional Head Elections 2016 in Jakarta, Indonesia. Photo Bagus Indahono/EPA

A police officer stands guard after migrants burn down a shelter as authorities move in to clear the Jungle migrant camp on October 25, 2016 in Calais, France. Migrants are leaving the Jungle migrant and refugee camp by coach for a second day as French authorities clear the camp of an estimated 7000 people ahead of its demolition. (Photo by Jack Taylor/Getty Images)

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A police officer stands guard after migrants burn down a shelter as authorities move in to clear the Jungle migrant camp in Calais, France. Migrants are leaving the Jungle migrant and refugee camp by coach for a second day as French authorities clear the camp of an estimated 7000 people ahead of its demolition. Photo Jack Taylor/Getty 

Indian Police officials guard the spot after an explosion in a market in Chandni Chowk area in New Delhi, India, 25 October 2016. Reports state one person was killed and five others injured in the explosion. Initial investigation revealed the explosion could be due to materials used in crackers that were possibly in a bag with the man who died in the incident.  EPA/RAJAT GUPTARajat Gupta/EPA

Indian Police officials guard the spot after an explosion in a market in Chandni Chowk area in New Delhi, India. Reports state one person was killed and five others injured in the explosion. Photo Rajat Gupta/EPA 

University of Cape Town students clash with police as stun grendes are used during protests demanding free tertiary education in Cape Town, South Africa, October 17, 2016. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings

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University of Cape Town students clash with police as stun grenades are used during protests demanding free tertiary education in Cape Town, South Africa. Photo Mike Hutchings/Reuters

A student from Wits University is arrested after clashes with police forces during ongoing protests against the cost of higher education in Johannesburg, South Africa, 10 October 2016. The ministry of education announced a 8 percent increase of university fees following calls by student demonstrators of a zero percent increase. The violent protests have spread to many of the countries higher education campuses and have been ongoing for several weeks.  EPA/KIM LUDBROOK

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A student from Wits University is arrested after clashes with police forces during ongoing protests against the cost of higher education in Johannesburg, South Africa. The ministry of education announced a 8 percent increase of university fees following calls by student demonstrators of a zero percent increase. The violent protests have spread to many of the countries higher education campuses and have been ongoing for several weeks. Photo Kim Ludbrook/EPA 

Armed security forces take a part in a drug raid, in Manila, Philippines,

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Armed security forces take a part in a drug raid, in Manila, Philippines. Photo Damir Sagolj/Reuters 

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An alleged drug user is arrested during a police operation against illegal drugs at a slum area in Manila, Philippines. According to reports, three people were killed by the police during the operation, a couple of days after Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte lashed out in response to EU and US criticism of the anti-drug campaign launched by his government. Since Duterte took office on June 30, more than 3,500 people have been killed in military operations and extrajudicial executions carried out as part of the anti-drug campaign, according to reports. Photo Mark R.Cristino/EPA

A pair of Chinese paramilitary policemen keep watch at a park in Beijing, Monday, Oct. 3, 2016. Saturday was China's National Day holiday, the start of a weeklong holiday period during which millions of Chinese travel and visit tourist sites. (AP Photo/Mark Schiefelbein)

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A pair of Chinese paramilitary policemen keep watch at a park in Beijing. Saturday was China’s National Day holiday, the start of a weeklong holiday period during which millions of Chinese travel and visit tourist sites. Photo Mark Schiefelbein/AP 

 Protesters shout and confront riot police officers in Charlotte, North Carolina, USA

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Protesters shout and confront riot police officers in Charlotte, North Carolina, USA 

olicemen inspect the body of a man, with tape wrapped around his head and feet, who police said was a victim of drug related vigilante execution in Manila, Philippines September 21, 2016. The cardboard found near his body reads: "Kage Lao, drug lord from Mindanao. You are next".

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Policemen inspect the body of a man, with tape wrapped around his head and feet, who police said was a victim of drug related vigilante execution in Manila, Philippines

A French riot police officer gesturea as he is surrounded by flames, during a demonstration against the controversial labour reforms of the French government in Paris on September 15, 2016. Opponents of France's controversial labour reforms took to the streets on September 15, 2016 for the 14th time in six months in a last-ditch bid to quash the measures that lost the Socialist government crucial support on the left. Scores of flights in and out of France were cancelled as air traffic controllers went on strike to try to force the government to repeal the changes that became law in July. / AFP PHOTO / Thomas SAMSONTHOMAS SAMSON/AFP/Getty Images

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A French riot police officer gestures as he is surrounded by flames, during a demonstration against the controversial labour reforms of the French government in Paris

Migrants from the 'Jungle' migrant camp who have been denied access to a bus heading to a "Welcome and orientation centre" (CAO) are gathered under police surveillance, on September 13, 2016 in Calais, as part of a plan to dismantle the camp.

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Migrants from the ‘Jungle’ migrant camp who have been denied access to a bus heading to a “Welcome and orientation centre” (CAO) are gathered under police surveillance today

Paramilitary policemen listen to the officer addressing them in the Forbidden City in Beijing, China, September 9, 2016. REUTERS/Thomas Peter   TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY

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Paramilitary policemen listen to the officer addressing them in the Forbidden City in Beijing, China