Good Morning Europe
If the UK crashes out of the EU without a deal it will be cut out from the bloc's databases on which DNA, fingerprints and information about suspects are shared.
The latest edition of the forum, held in Geneva, focussed on the ills of our age and the importance of security.
Europeans want to vote on EU-wide policy decisions and more transparency.
Germany's go-to man for secrets is now in the limelight. Here's why.
The 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games are set to make history by being the first to use facial recognition technology, in a move organisers say will boost security and cut down waiting time for athletes.
"Despite a positive explosive test, a four-member French family was released into the security area. The family was found, questioned and allowed to travel further," federal police said on Twitter.
Gerard Collomb attended a hearing at the National Assembly's committee on Monday over the case of President Emmanuel Macron's security adviser, Benalla, who's been indicted for hitting demonstrators
Alexandre Benalla, who heads Presidential Emmnauel Macron's security detail, was filmed hitting a young man and abusing a young woman on a street in Paris in front of police officers.
The full transcripts of two prank calls carried out by Russian pranksters on EU leaders Juncker and Mogherini.
An American tourist was charged and fined after bringing an unexploded World War Two shell to Vienna airport in her luggage
Driver+ is a system that tests new technologies aimed at helping better management of crisis situations
Paris is constructing bulletproof walls and metal fences around the monument in a bid to protect it from terrorist attacks.
Belgium minister for French community says extra soldiers and police on streets won't solve security issues
In England and Wales, just 4.9% of all police officers carry guns. In Spain, the combined police forces own enough guns to arm 83.6% of their officers.
Authorities need to take action concerning the upcoming release of 40 radicalised inmates from French jails, says leading counter-terrorist prosecutor Francois Molins
But British police report they have no intelligence of any threats when Prince Harry marries US actress Meghan Markle in Windsor on Saturday.
Special voting is expected to take place at nearly 500 polling stations for groups not able to vote on Saturday
Terrorism and fan violence are the number one threats identified by Italian police, who warn Liverpool and Roma fans that no trouble will be tolerated.
Town braced for tourist invasion on May 19, and the security forces' job will be to ensure no possible disruption ruins the big day.
Those using fertility, pregnancy, and period-tracking apps are at risk of having their data harvested for third-parties, says Brazilian think thank Coding Rights.