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Netherlands: cybercriminals detained after Genesis Market taken down
One of the most dangerous marketplaces selling personal identities to hackers online was shut down, in an operation involving law enforcement from 17 countries.
Suspected mafioso arrested in France after 16 years on the run
Edgardo Greco, 63, a suspected member of the Calabrian mafia the 'Ndrangheta was working as a pizza maker in St Etienne.
Why is crime fighting agency Interpol creating its own metaverse?
“In order for police to understand the metaverse, we need to experience it” said Interpol’s executive director of technology.
New Interpol boss investigated in France for 'torture' and 'barbarism'
The allegations against Ahmed Nasser Al-Raisi relate to one of the main Emirati opponents.
Torture claims filed against new Interpol leader from UAE
The French lawyer for a jailed human rights defender in the United Arab Emirates filed a torture complaint against the new president of Interpol, Maj. Gen. Ahmed Nasser al-Raisi.
Interpol plays down controversy over new president Ahmed Al-Raisi
Al-Raisi, who has been accused of overseeing torture, was today chosen as the new president of international police organisation Interpol.
UAE general accused of torture elected as Interpol president
UAE general Ahmed Al-Raisi, accused of overseeing torture at home, has been elected president of international police organisation Interpol.
In Istanbul, a leadership election exposes Interpol's bitter divide
'You can't buy respect,' said the Czech candidate for Interpol president, Sarka Havrankova, about her rival UAE candidate, Ahmed Naser Al-Raisi.
Fake COVID-19 vaccines are being sold online, warns Interpol
Criminals have been producing and selling fake coronavirus vaccines, putting people's health - and bank accounts - in danger, Interpol has warned.
Asian drug lord Tse Chi Lop arrested at Amsterdam airport
The alleged drug lord known as Asia's 'El Chapo' is suspected to run the Sam Gor international crime syndicate.
EU interior ministers pledge to take down terrorist content
A strengthened role for Interpol in intelligence sharing is among the ideas that are being discussed in a virtual meeting hosted by European Commissioner Ylva Johansson.
Romania's oldest fugitive is a cannabis-smuggling 82-year-old woman
Gran-abis! An 82-year-old woman smuggled drugs into a prison for her grandson. She's now the oldest person on Romania's wanted list but police discovered she's gone to Australia.
Over 19k artefacts seized in art trafficking crackdown, says Europol
The operation was carried out across 103 countries and led to the arrest of 101 suspects.
'There are vultures out there': Police thwart €2.38m face mask scam
€2.38 million euros were paid up front for masks that never arrived. Two arrests have been made in the Netherlands, and more are expected, says Interpol.
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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.
Interpol warns fraudsters are using coronavirus fears to scam victims
Interpol has listed a number of scams that have been reported to it by member countries in the wake of the COVID-19 emergency
Ex-Interpol chief who vanished on China trip sentenced for bribes
Meng's wife, who remains in France with their two children, has accused Chinese authorities of lying and questioned whether her husband was even alive.
Interpol maritime operation detects over 12 foreign terror suspects
A maritime border operation coordinated by Interpol has detected more than a dozen suspected "foreign terrorist fighters" (FTFs) travelling across the Mediterranean.
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Moscow asks Interpol for location of former Kremlin official
Russia has asked the United States via Interpol to confirm the whereabouts of a former Kremlin official who Russian media have said may have been a U.S. spy extracted by the CIA. A Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman said Moscow learned via the media that Smolenkov and his family were in the U.S.