In total, an estimated €117 million worth of food and drink was seized
An international cybercrime network which used malware to steal an estimated $100 million (€89.3 million) from thousands of victims has been dismantled, Europol announced on Thursday.
25,000 Greek and Roman archaeological items worth over €40 million were seized.
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.
European Commission package aims to boost protection in wake of attacks
The EU's police agency says an investigation with Spanish police uncovered a Europe-wide scam trading horsemeat unfit for human consumption.
There were fewer terrorist attacks on the European mainland last year. But people travelling to Syria to engage in the conflict there are getting
Buying guns, stolen credit cards or even suicide kits is getting easier as hidden online stores become more sophisticated, it’s been claimed.
Police forces around the world astonished at ambition and execution of global cyberattack.
Fraud in the food market has been the target of a massive global operation, with the seizure of 230 million euros worth of fake food and drinks.
Europe's police agency says further attacks are likely in the near future and increased cooperation and vigilance are key to combating the threat.
Europe’s top crime agency won plaudits and publicity for its novel way of trying to catch criminals.
Every day from the 1st to the 24th of December, Europe's top crime agency is publishing the photo of a Christmas criminal on the organisation's Facebook and Twitter feeds.
Italy’s second biggest mafia boss has been arrested in Molochia, a small town in the Aspromonte mountains of Calabria.
The “complexity” of IS networks means governments can never “reduce the threat to zero” of further attacks, Europol director Rob Wainwright said in
Some 10,000 unaccompanied child refugees are thought to have gone missing in Europe with fears that criminal networks are now actively targeting the most vulnerable.
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
Europol has alerted the authorities to an aspect of the migrant crisis ignored until now; the fact that 10,000 children have gone missing, and will
The EU's criminal intelligence agency warns traffickers are targeting unaccompanied children for sex work and slavery.
Europol has unveiled its new website, Europe’s top cops giving a list of Europe’s 57 most wanted a high profile. Top of the list is Frenchman Salah
INTERPOL and Europol, two major transnational law enforcement agencies, have outlined fresh measures to break up the organised criminal networks
Albina, from Geneva, asks what ‘skimming’ is and how she can protect herself from it. Laurence Binther, of Europol’s European Cybercrime centre
More than 100 criminals have been arrested as they got off flights at dozens of airports around the world after a crackdown on criminal organisations
In this edition of Europe Weekly, police across Europe swoop to arrest 1,000 suspected criminals; the European Commission boosts security after a
Singapore sleaze or the match-fixing allegations outlined by Europol’s 18-month investigation into a rampant betting scam has opened a book on the
In the aftermath of Osama Bin Laden’s death and in the perspective of the on-going crises in Northern Africa, Ali Sheikholeslami of Euronews talked