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Brussels looks to step up war on drugs through more police cooperation
The Home Affairs Commissioner Ylva Johansson says organised crime poses as big a threat to society as terrorism.
Andrew Tate will stay in jail after losing appeal against 30-day renew
Andrew Tate and his brother are currently being detained in Romania on suspicion of organised crime and human trafficking.
Social media influencer Tate's detention is extended til 27 Feb
A Romanian court has extended the police detention of social media influencer Andrew Tate and his brother Tristan. The pair will stay in custody until 27 February, as investigations continue over allegations of rape and exploitation.
Palermo sighs in relief after Mafia boss arrest
An outpouring of relief in Palermo after the arrest of Italy's most wanted alleged Mafia boss. But Italian prosecutors are warning that the fight against organised crime is far from over.
Mafia boss arrest provides hope to attack survivor
Following the arrest of Italy's most wanted mafia boss, an attack survivor and the president of the Caponnetto Foundation, Giuseppe Antoci, explains the significance of Matteo Messina Denaro's capture.
Cocaine, hashish, cannabis: Europol brings down huge crime network
The operation involved police forces in 11 European countries.
Meloni vs Saviano: The fight to save freedom of speech in Italy
Far-right Italian prime minister Giorgia Meloni is aiming at famed anti-mafia journalist Roberto Saviano for his criticism of her immigration policies.
Italian mafia boss arrested in Argentina after years-long manhunt
Carmine Alfonso Maiorano is the leader of the infamous 'Ndrangheta mob.
Six EU countries agree to boost cooperation against drug crimes
The EU countries will also work more closely with Latin American nations in the fight against organised crime.
More suspects arrested over murder of Dutch reporter Peter R De Vries
A 27-year-old Polish national has been detained on suspicion of organising the killing.
Dutch nationals arrested after threat to Belgian justice minister
Media reports say an assault rifle and bottles filled with petrol were discovered inside a vehicle registered in the Netherlands, spotted near the minister's home.
One of Europe's most wanted money laundering suspects arrested
The man is accused of laundering more than €200 million for criminal organisations.
Donkey penises seized in Nigeria smuggling operation
Nigeria is trying to curb the export of donkey parts, which has drastically diminished the country's population of the work animals.
Paul Pogba: What do we know about the extortion investigation?
The French World Cup winner says he has been targeted by organised gangs for millions of euros.
Dutch mobster sentenced to life in prison over contract killings
Willem Holleeder -- nicknamed “The Nose” -- will now spend the rest of his life behind bars.
Bodies of UK journalist and Brazilian expert identified in Brazil
British journalist Dom Phillips and indigenous expert Bruno Pereira were last seen in the Amazon 5 June.
Trial resumes into murder of Dutch crime reporter Peter R de Vries
The alleged gunman and getaway driver both face a maximum life sentence if convicted.
Global alliance pledges to increase prevention of online child abuse
Nearly 100 countries have joined the international alliance to stop the criminal practice, which has increased by 6,000 per cent since 2010.
Hungarian police raid 24 homes linked to money laundering network
Sixteen people were arrested and five accused of moving 44 million euros - mostly obtained through fraud and cryptocurrency scams - through bank accounts in Europe, South America and Australia.
Three arrested over ATM explosions that netted gang nearly €1 million
They are accused of using stolen vehicles and explosives to attack ATMs during the night to steal money.