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EU border agency Frontex failing to fulfil its duties, say auditors
It raises questions about whether the agency should have had its budget and responsibilities expanded to such an extent.
Fugitive ex-soldier arrested after massive manhunt in France
The fugitive ex-soldier was arrested in Dordogne after a massive manhunt that mobilised 300 gendarmes and seven helicopters. He was hiding in a wooded area after shooting at gendarmes responding to a call about a domestic incident.
Hospital employee paid €538,000 - despite never turning up for work
Police said the suspect allegedly had someone threaten a hospital superior in 2005 to keep him on the payroll.
Europe at 'breaking point' over organised crime, says Europol
The EU's law enforcement agency released a report on organised crime Monday highlighting the extent of the problem on the continent.
Five women arrested in southern France in suspected attack plot
Five women were arrested overnight in the city of Bezier in connexion with a possible terror plot, police said Sunday.
UK 'Super Recogniser' officer spots more than 2,000 suspects
Andy Pope, a police officer in Birmingham, has said his talent for recognising faces is "impossible to explain". He's also managed to spot wanted suspects while they were wearing face masks.
Dresden museum heist: raids and arrests in major police operation
The large operation— which resulted in traffic restrictions across Berlin on Tuesday — comes a year after the November 25 theft of priceless 18th-century jewels from Dresden's Gruenes Geweolbe, or Green Vault Museum.
UK nurse charged with murder over multiple baby deaths
Lucy Letby, 30, is to appear in court on Thursday where is facing eight counts of murder and 10 of attempted murder over the death of babies at the Countess of Chester Hospital between June 2015 and June 2016.
Boy thrown from 10th floor of Tate Modern 'can now stand unaided'
The boy, now 7, suffered life-changing injuries when he was thrown from the viewing platform at the Tate Modern in August 2019.
Madeleine McCann suspect loses rape case appeal in EU top court ruling
The 43-year-old German national is currently in prison on drug trafficking charges but will be released in January. Prosecutors fear he will vanish if his appeal is upheld.
Criminals increasingly targeting EU green funds, says anti-fraud agenc
OLAF, the EU's anti-fraud office, said that in 2019 it recommended the EU recover nearly half a billion euros.
Dutch appeals court convicts Geert Wilders of insulting Moroccans
A Dutch appeals court on Friday found far-right leader Geert Wilders guilty of insulting Moroccans. It acquitted him of inciting hatred and discrimination.
Ukrainian police detain hostage-taker threatening to blow up bank
A young man who held a bank employee hostage and threatened to detonate a bomb in the Ukrainian capital Kyiv on Monday has been arrested, the country's Security Services (SBU) have announced.
German police capture 'Rambo' suspect in Black Forest after manhunt
Police in Germany arrested a suspect accused of stealing officer's weapons on Friday, after a five day manhunt in the Black Forest for a man nicknamed "Rambo".
Bayonne bus driver: Widow condemns husband's 'barbaric' death
The husband of Veronique Monguillot died after being left brain dead in a violent assault following a row over wearing face masks on his vehicle.
France probing 'massive' €1.7 million fraud of COVID-19 payouts
Authorities revealed they have paid €1.7 million in fraudulent claims but prevented the payment of more than €6 million.
6 arrested after Dutch police find 'torture chamber' in sea containers
Inside the containers, police found pruning shears, loppers, scalpels, piers, handcuffs, tape, balaclavas and cotton bags that can be pulled over the head.
German police probe 30,000 people over child abuse network
The investigation was launched in October after police arrested a man in Bergisch Gladbach, near the western city of Cologne.
Rioters attack German police after drug check in Stuttgart
Attacks against shops and police started after officers carried out a drugs check in the city centre during the night between Saturday and Sunday, police said.
Reading attack: Tributes to 'true gentlemen' as UK mourns stab victims
Police in England are questioning a 25-year-old man under anti-terror laws after a stabbing spree on Saturday in which three people died and three others were injured.
EU countries lose €15bn in tax revenues to counterfeiting: report
Although the economic losses to counterfeiting are huge, the bloc's intellectual property office also flagged that the consequences on public health, consumer safety and the environment are "even more serious".
Hundreds urged to get tested in Strasbourg over illegal football match
Authorities in the north-eastern French city fear a new outbreak of the deadly virus. The area has been badly hit by the pandemic.
Dozens wrongly charged in UK under coronavirus law
In April, all court cases brought under the Coronavirus Act in the UK were withdrawn.
Coronavirus: France records sharp drop in crime during lockdown
Recorded cases of thefts, sexual violence and burglaries fell across France since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic but intrafamilial violence is a dark spot.
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The week in Europe: how is the bloc faring in the coronavirus fight?
Weeks into lockdown, Europe is finding out how to work together to fight the pandemic.
COVID19 has 'sparked new crime trends', Interpol warns
The head of the law enforcement agency says thousands of fake medical items have been seized and warned against telephone fraud.