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    Internet

  • Beating the cyber bullies
    09/10 18:18 CET

    Beating the cyber bullies

    They are out there in cyber space and they are tormenting thousands across Europe. Their sniping, hate comments and campaigns have led to victims taking their own lives. "I felt like I was caged in my own home...cyberbullying follows you 24/7." Georgia was just…

  • Hunting web child sex predators
    12/06 18:20 CET

    Hunting web child sex predators

    Demand for child sex abuse material is at an all time high, with more than half of all explicit content being hosted in Europe. Several high…

  • Child sex abuse online - Full Debate
    12/06 18:19 CET

    Child sex abuse online - Full Debate

    To watch the full debate on child sex abuse on the internet with Michael Moran, Head of INTERPOL's Crimes Against Children Unit and Peter…

  • Cyber crime and the threat of virtual terrorism
    02/05 19:01 CET

    Cyber crime and the threat of virtual terrorism

    Crime in the cyber world is booming. It is said to be even more lucrative than the global drugs trade.   While authorities struggle to tackle…

    Terrorism

  • Fears over the future of Europe's foreign fighters
    11/09 19:31 CET

    Fears over the future of Europe's foreign fighters

    "We make war so we are war.'' That, some would say chilling quotation, came from a young man in the Netherlands who has converted to Islam. He has seen many of his friends leave to take up arms…

  • Europe's foreign fighters - Full Debate
    11/09 19:30 CET

    Europe's foreign fighters - Full Debate

    For the full debate on European Jihadists fighting in Syria and what threat they may pose when they return home, please click on the video link…

  • Is Europe safe from 'lone wolf' terrorism?
    14/11 12:23 CET

    Is Europe safe from 'lone wolf' terrorism?

    After a string of recent cases in Europe and across the world, 'lone wolf' attacks have been identified as one of the most worrying terrorism…

    Football

  • Fixing football
    17/07 23:45 CET

    Fixing football

    It is a game of dreams, of passion of heightened emotions which crosses the borders of the world. Football has been called 'The Glory Game'. But how tarnished is the sport which has given us so many magical moments. Italian football has been rocked by a spate of…

  • Fixing Football - Full Debate
    17/07 22:43 CET

    Fixing Football - Full Debate

    To watch the full 'On The Frontline' debate between Europol's Rob Wainwright and Declan Hill, author of 'The Fix' - click on the video link…

  • Beating the match-fixers
    17/07 22:44 CET

    Beating the match-fixers

    One of the key tools to beating the criminal gangs behind match-fixing is effective monitoring of the betting markets. Bookmakers and sports…

    Refugees

  • Asylum: Fixing a broken system
    08/05 18:08 CET

    Asylum: Fixing a broken system

    Last year, 330,000 people sought asylum in Europe. Thousands arrived in Greece, however only 152 were able to apply for asylum. Of these, just two were granted refugee status. Currently, an asylum-seeker's chance of success depends on where they apply because each …

  • Asylum: fixing a broken system - Full Debate
    08/05 18:07 CET

    Asylum: fixing a broken system - Full Debate

    To watch the full debate on asylum between European Commissioner for Home Affairs Cecilia Malmström and former British Home Secretary Charles…

  • Refugees taking a risk on Europe
    27/06 18:07 CET

    Refugees taking a risk on Europe

    Escaping unimaginable horror leaving families and loved ones behind in a desperate search for safety...There are an estimated 15 million…

    Drugs

  • High time for drug reform?
    10/04 15:04 CET

    High time for drug reform?

    With an estimated global profit of 230 billion euros from illegal drugs made by organised crime groups each year, the war on narcotics remains as potent an issue as ever. So too is the surrounding argument as to how best to tackle the supply and demand axis…

  • Europe's drug deal - Full Debate
    10/04 15:01 CET

    Europe's drug deal - Full Debate

    For the full On The Frontline debate on drugs between Howard Marks and Antonio Maria Costa watch the video above.

    Immigration

  • Migration Out of Africa
    13/03 18:34 CET

    Migration Out of Africa

    Risking their lives in the hope of a better future - every year, thousands of men, women and children take what most of us would consider unimaginably dangerous journeys to enter Europe. In the last 20 years, it is estimated more than 16,000 migrants have died…

  • Migration Out of Africa - Full Debate
    13/03 18:33 CET

    Migration Out of Africa - Full Debate

    For the full On The Frontline debate about migration between the European Commission's Director General for Home Affairs Stefano Manservisi and…

    Racism

  • Right wing, right here, right now
    13/02 15:06 CET

    Right wing, right here, right now

    Is a new form of right-wing politics sweeping Europe? Beyond terrorist attacks and lone wolves like Norway's Anders Bering Brevik, support for extreme political parties is on the rise. In…

    Data protection

  • Fighting Cybercrime in Europe
    16/01 16:21 CET

    Fighting Cybercrime in Europe

    Imagine a world where criminals operate with near impunity. A place where credit card information could be bought for as little as 1 euro - but where some would put the total cost of the crimes at one trillion dollars a year. This place is virtual but has real world…

    Human trafficking

  • Child trafficking: widespread and unpunished
    12/12 11:28 CET

    Child trafficking: widespread and unpunished

    Selling children into slavery - it is one of the world's most heinous crimes and it is on the rise. By its very nature, trafficking is extremely hard to quantify - conservative estimates put the…

    Justice

  • Police fight against criminal cooperation
    17/10 15:11 CET

    Police fight against criminal cooperation

    Criminals are crossing borders to escape prosecution. International crime is a growing challenge for police across the European Union. Is criminal cooperation better than police cooperation?

    Freedom of movement

  • Breaking Borders
    25/07 19:17 CET

    Breaking Borders

    For some 400 million Europeans the Schengen Treaty means they don't need to pack a passport when travelling within the 26-nation Schengen Zone. That's because the zone is free of internal border controls. For many, Schengen is considered the glue that keeps Europe…

    Money

  • Taking on organised crime
    01/04 18:14 CET

    Taking on organised crime

    Organised crime groups are quick, entrepreneurial and good at making money, but getting hold of that stash is proving an uphill battle. In this first edition of On the Frontline, we see the efforts being made to crack down on organised crime in Europe.

    Crime

  • Sex trafficking still on the rise
    30/05 20:25 CET

    Sex trafficking still on the rise

    Human trafficking is a crime against humanity, yet it is on the rise globally, not least in Europe. The main victims of this appalling crime are young women and girls, enslaved and exploited for…


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