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Interpol creates new app to combat art, artifact theft

The app grants law enforcement officials and the public access to Interpol's database of stolen works of art and more.

Sbarro pizzeria after Palestinian terrorists detonated a bomb

Interpol drops arrest warrant for Sbarro bomber Ahlam al-Tamimi

Simon Wiesenthal Center: This “would encourage further terrorism and deny justice and closure for the victims and survivors.”

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Interpol issues red alert for rabbi from Argentina suspected of sex abuse

‘If I and other victims speak out, we can encourage other people to be less shy and afraid’ says victim

Interpol says terrorist groups using COVID-19 to strengthen their power

“Terrorists – like all criminals – have sought to profit from COVID-19, to make money, strengthen their base and to fuel division,” said Interpol Secretary General Jürgen Stock.

More than 200 arrests made in global operation against human trafficking

Traffickers, smugglers exploiting COVID-19, Interpol warns after global crackdown.

By REUTERS
11/12/2020
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Interpol warns that COVID-19 vaccines could be targeted by criminals

"As governments are preparing to roll out vaccines, criminal organizations are planning to infiltrate or disrupt supply chains," said Interpol's secretary-general.

02/12/2020
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INTERPOL, Spetsnaz rescue 7-year-old boy who was kidnapped 200m from home

INTEPOL enlisted law enforcement across "several countries" to gather information to the boy's whereabouts, believing he was still alive.

Interpol and Israeli, French police expose mass Israeli fraud

The suspect is a 42-year-old from Tel Aviv who holds both Israeli and French citizenship.

Interpol releases data on COVID-19's impact on human trafficking

The disruption in air and sea travel caused a general disruption in migrant smuggling, but in some places, COVID-19 led to a surge of immigration.

INTERPOL employs multi-national operation to combat marine pollution

Preliminary results revealed that over 3,000 offenses were committed, occurring over the course of 17,000 inspections.

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