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COVID-19, cocaine take Europe to ‘breaking point’: Europol

THE HAGUE: The coronavirus pandemic could fuel organised crime for years to come in Europe, a continent already at “breaking point” from an unprecedented flood of cocaine, the EU’s policing agency warned on Monday (Apr 12). In its flagship four-yearly report, Europol said increasingly violent criminal gangs are likely to muscle in on legitimate businesses …

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Expert Seeks Measures to Prevent Cybercrimes

Sylvester Idowu in Warri A United States-based cybersecurity expert, Dr. Augustine Ohwobete has advised that as the pace of digital disruption accelerates and innovative new technology reach the market, organisations and other financial institutions should put measures in place to check cybercrimes. The Nigerian born Cybercrime expert said this during a webinar with the theme, …

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Israel Attacks Iran Natanz Nuclear Site, Complicating Vienna Talks

Here is today’s Foreign Policy brief: Israel suspected of striking Iran nuclear site, Guillermo Lasso wins surprise victory in Ecuador’s presidential election, and India overtakes Brazil with second-highest COVID-19 cases worldwide.  If you would like to receive Morning Brief in your inbox every weekday, please sign up here. Iran’s main nuclear enrichment site at Natanz was …

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Natanz attack: Iran vows ‘revenge’ as finger of blame pointed at Israel

Iran’s foreign minister has blamed Israel for what Tehran called a ‘terrorist attack’ on one of is nuclear facilities, and has vowed to ‘take revenge’.  Mohammad Javad Zarif accused Israel of targeting the Natanz nuclear enrichment facility as revenge for Iran’s moves to have US sanctions lifted. ‘The Zionists want to take revenge because of …

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