The Prague Prosecutor's Office has accused a 70-year-old Czech man of committing two terrorist attacks by felling trees on railway tracks, causing train collisions, and then spreading fake leaflets attributing... read more →
The French police on Saturday carried out a large operation near Paris, during which 23 Chechen nationals were detained as part of a probe into suspected racketeering. According to French... read more →
A German journalist and translator tried in Turkey for "terrorist" activities announced on Monday that the Turkish authorities had lifted her ban on leaving the country, in a decision that... read more →
The EU is to further strengthen money laundering rules and counter-terrorism financing legislation. New revisions to the Fourth Anti-Money Laundering Directive agreed by the European Parliament and the European Council... read more →
Despite raking in vast revenues that eclipse the GDP of many countries across the globe, tech giants such as Google and Facebook seem incredibly reluctant to invest money into meaningful... read more →
Minimum UK prison sentences for some terrorism offences should be reviewed to make sure they are lengthy enough to provide a strong deterrent, Britain’s Independent Reviewer of Terrorism Legislation has... read more →
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