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European weapons intervention in Libya´s nightmare.

European weapons intervention in Libya´s nightmare.

On Monday, at the end of a meeting in Vienna, the European Union and other world powers issued a joint communiqué saying they would supply Libya’s Government of National Accord…

‘EUROPE’S MOST WANTED FUGITIVES’

‘EUROPE’S MOST WANTED FUGITIVES’

European law enforcement authorities have joined forces to create a dedicated new website ( www.eumostwanted.eu ) where the public can help police trace Europe’s Most Wanted Fugitives. Launched by the…

Swiss Laws tighten money laundering.

Swiss Laws tighten money laundering.

    In December 2014, the Swiss parliament—giving in to international pressure—passed new laws to tighten its anti-money-laundering regulations, most prominently the freezing of assets in Swiss bank accounts. The…

UK Agency rescued 2.5 million credit cards from International Crime Organization.

UK Agency rescued 2.5 million credit cards from International Crime Organization.

According to the Serious Organized Crime Agency SOCA (British organization), they have now shuttered 36 websites in the UK, US and Australia which were selling compromised credit card data. Working…

How to design and implement public security policies. Former Uruguayan President in exclusive interview.

How to design and implement public security policies. Former Uruguayan President in exclusive interview.

According to former Uruguayan President Luis A. Lacalle de Herrera, a necessary overhaul of that nation’s security policy would entail proper enforcement and adaptation of its laws, prosecution for minor…

Germany and France lead EU and will recapitalize banks in three steps. Changes in European Treaties will centralize economic policies.

Germany and France lead EU and will recapitalize banks in three steps. Changes in European Treaties will centralize economic policies.

German Chancellor Angela Merkel said Sunday that Paris and Berlin were “determined to do what is necessary to recapitalize (them) to ensure the banks lending to the economy” during a…