12 March 2014
Transnational threat of foreign fighters requires global response, INTERPOL Chief tells Baghdad conference
BAGHDAD, Iraq – The transnational threat of foreign fighters targeting Iraq and other countries is a global shared responsibility, INTERPOL Secretary General Ronald K. Noble has told the International Solidarity to Fight Terrorism Conference in Baghdad.
11 March 2014
INTERPOL Tehran identifies two Iranian nationals who used legal documents ahead of flight MH 370
LYON, France – INTERPOL’s National Central Bureau in Tehran has confirmed the identity of two Iranian nationals who used authentic passports to travel to Kuala Lumpur before using stolen Austrian and Italian passports to board missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH 370.
11 March 2014
Italy Police Chief visit to INTERPOL focuses on enhancing law enforcement cooperation
LYON, France – During a visit to INTERPOL’s General Secretariat headquarters, Prefect Alessandro Pansa, Chief of the Italian Police and Director General of Public Security of Italy, examined areas in which Italy can strengthen its cooperation with the world police body.
09 March 2014
INTERPOL confirms at least two stolen passports used by passengers on missing Malaysian Airlines flight 370 were registered in its databases
LYON, France ‒ INTERPOL can confirm that at least two passports – Austrian and Italian – recorded in its Stolen and Lost Travel Documents (SLTD) database were used by passengers on board missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH 370.
05 March 2014
INTERPOL and International Organization for Migration agreement to enhance border security
GENEVA, Switzerland – An agreement between INTERPOL and the International Organization for Migration (IOM) will see enhanced cooperation between the two bodies on border security to better combat human trafficking and migrant smuggling.
25 February 2014
Response to elephant poaching and ivory trafficking focus of new INTERPOL report
NAIROBI, Kenya – With record levels of global ivory seizures in 2013, a new INTERPOL report highlights the need for greater information sharing to enable a more proactive and effective law enforcement response against trafficking syndicates.
24 February 2014
Preventing use of stolen passports by terrorists and criminals key to global security, says INTERPOL Chief
ABU DHABI, United Arab Emirates – Trends such as the rise in international travel have led to an increase in identity theft, and law enforcement must collaborate with the private sector to protect citizens, the Head of INTERPOL told an international forum on identity security.
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