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Fake euro banknote dealers busted by German and Italian police
Officers descended on 19 houses in Naples, Italy and Germany on Thursday and seized fake banknotes amounting to €160,000 as well as a gun and cocaine.
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.
Police seize drug 'submarine' designed to smuggle narcotics into Spain
Similar drug-smuggling vessels have in the past been discovered at sea, especially near Central and South America.
Rocky road for gang who used Sylvester Stallone in fake passports scam
The Bulgarian crime group had used the Rocky actor's name and picture to advertise their fake passports.
World's 'most dangerous' hacking network Emotet uncovered
Police in six European countries were involved in a joint operation to take control of Internet servers used by a malware network known as Emotet.
Brussels wants to give Europol more powers in bid to tackle terrorism
A spate of recent terrorist attacks prompted the European Commission (EC) to publish the measures earlier than initially planned.
EU authorities penetrate phone network in huge organised crime sting
Authorities across Europe and the UK have arrested hundreds of people from some of the continent's biggest crime groups after infiltrating phone network EncroChat.
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".
European police arrest 11 in counterfeit euro banknotes investigation
The criminal group had sold more than 26,000 counterfeit banknotes worth €1.3 million
Europol: Terror threat in the EU is rising
According to the European Police Agency, Europol, the terror threat in the EU is rising. Last year there was a 45% increase in terrorist incidents. But the EU hopes to combat the threat through reforms to Europol, Eurojust and a future European public prosecutor.
New EU anti-terrorism measures unveiled
European Commission package aims to boost protection in wake of attacks
Brexit would make fight against terror harder, says Europol chief
Police in Britain would struggle to prevent terror attacks and fight organised crime if the country votes to leave the EU. That’s according to the
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Europe Weekly: Europol swoop to arrest 1,000 suspected criminals
In this edition of Europe Weekly, police across Europe swoop to arrest 1,000 suspected criminals; the European Commission boosts security after a