16 April 2014
INTERPOL offers assistance following South Korean ferry disaster
LYON, France – INTERPOL Secretary General Ronald K. Noble has offered condolences to the families of the dead and missing in today’s ferry disaster in South Korea, and pledged INTERPOL’s full support to victim identification efforts.
15 April 2014
Rwandan President Kagame stresses importance of INTERPOL's continued engagement in hunt for genocide fugitives
KIGALI, Rwanda - Rwandan President Paul Kagame has met with INTERPOL President Mireille Ballestrazzi and INTERPOL Secretary General Ronald K. Noble who are in Kigali for the 6th International expert meeting on genocide, war crimes and crimes against humanity.
14 April 2014
'Closing the Impunity Gap’ focus of INTERPOL genocide, war crimes and crimes against humanity meeting in Rwanda
KIGALI, Rwanda – Identifying ways for enhanced cooperation and information exchange to identify and prosecute individuals who continue to evade justice for genocide, war crimes and crimes against humanity, is the focus of a three-day meeting in Kigali.
10 April 2014
Human trafficking an open wound on society, Pope Francis tells conference
VATICAN CITY – Addressing the second Combating Human Trafficking conference attended by police chiefs from around the world, Pope Francis described human trafficking as ‘a crime against humanity’ and ‘an open wound on the body of contemporary society’.
09 April 2014
INTERPOL Chief tells human trafficking conference ‘we are allies in global fight to protect human life and dignity’
VATICAN CITY – INTERPOL Secretary General Ronald K. Noble has told an international conference on combating human trafficking that no matter the difference in mandates, nationalities or uniforms, ‘we are allies in a global fight to protect human life and dignity’.
08 April 2014
INTERPOL congratulates footballer Simone Farina on appointment as role model for Youth Olympics
LYON, France – The International Olympic Committee’s (IOC) appointment of footballer Simone Farina as ‘Athlete Role Model for the Youth Olympic Games’ has been welcomed by INTERPOL Secretary General Ronald K. Noble as ‘an important step in encouraging integrity in sport across all generations’.
04 April 2014
Children rescued from trafficking and exploitation in Côte d’Ivoire operation supported by INTERPOL
SOUBRÉ, Côte d’Ivoire – In an operation against child trafficking and exploitation, law enforcement authorities in Côte d’Ivoire operating with INTERPOL support have rescued 76 children believed to have been trafficked across West Africa for the purposes of illegal child labour.
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