- INTERPOL Mogadishu
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9 October 1975
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INTERPOL Mogadishu in action
26 June 2015
LYON, France – INTERPOL has offered its full support to French, Tunisian, Kuwaiti and Somalian authorities following four separate terrorist attacks which have left more than 80 people dead and many more injured.INTERPOL’s 24-hour Command and Coordination Centre (CCC) at its General Secretariat headquarters is in close contact with the National Central Bu...
21 March 2014
PORT LOUIS, Mauritius – Reviewing key evidence and information sharing was the focus of a two-day (20 and 21 March) meeting under the umbrella of INTERPOL’s Maritime Security unit as part of it Evidence Exploitation Initiative (EVEXI) project targeting maritime piracy in East Africa.Investigators from all five EVEXI II countries and representatives from t...
06 February 2013
MOGADISHU, Somalia – Somalia’s cooperation with South Sudan via INTERPOL which led to the arrest of a fugitive murder suspect, has been commended by the head of the world police body, Ronald K. Noble, during his first official mission to the country.On 10 October 2012 Somalia was re-connected to INTERPOL's global communications system (I-24/7), enabling t...
24 October 2011
LYON, France – Exploring areas for collaboration was the focus of a meeting between delegates from the Somali Anti-Piracy Task Force (APTF) and INTERPOL’s Maritime Piracy Task Force (MPTF) at the world police body’s General Secretariat headquarters.During the four-day discussions (16- 19 October), the two Task Forces identified key areas where more direct...
11 July 2007
LYON, France – Somalia has successfully connected to INTERPOL’s I-24/7 secure global police communications system, filling a crucial gap in cross-border policing efforts in East Africa and throughout the world, as all 186 of INTERPOL’s member countries are now on the system.The connection of the National Central Bureau (NCB) in Mogadishu on 10 July at 07....