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Islamic State adopting new tactics to attack West, may include car bombs: Europol

Islamic State adopting new tactics to attack West, may include car bombs: Europol

Terrorist groups like Islamic State are adopting new tactics to attack the West.

Data leak on Europol terror group investigations: Dutch TV

Data leak on Europol terror group investigations: Dutch TV

According the programme, the leak was caused by a former employee who took dossiers home, against Europol policy, and put them on a hard drive connected to the Internet without realising it was accessible to anyone.
 

`Lone wolf` attacks rising, hard to track, warns Europol

`Lone wolf` attacks rising, hard to track, warns Europol

The Islamic State group released a video purportedly featuring a 17-year-old migrant who went on an axe rampage on a train in southern Germany.

Euro 2016 will be attractive target for terrorists: Europol

Euro 2016 will be attractive target for terrorists: Europol

Security forces currently have information on nearly 5,000 people who have joined the Islamic State group in Syria and Iraq as foreign fighters.

Over 10,000 migrant children missing: Europol

Over one million migrants and refugees, many fleeing the conflict in Syria, crossed into Europe last year. 

IS planning for 'large-scale' attacks on Europe: Europol

IS developed a new combat style capability to carry out large-scale terrorist attacks on a global stage with a particular focus in Europe, an official said.

'ISIS planning 'large-scale' Mumbai-style attacks in Europe'

'ISIS planning 'large-scale' Mumbai-style attacks in Europe'

The ISIS is plotting "Mumbai-style" terrorist attacks directed at soft targets such as public places and restaurants in Europe, and in France in particular, the European Union police agency Europol warned Monday.

New European police centre will help anti-terror coordination

It will provide French and Belgian police services and their counterparts around Europe with the platform they need to share information more quickly and to crack down on the terrorist groups that are active.

Nations vow better intelligence sharing to halt terror attacks

Foreign ministers and diplomats from over 50 nations today bowed to calls for greater information sharing to stop extremists slipping across borders to carry out attacks, making concrete pledges to plug dangerous intelligence lapses.

Denmark referendum rejects EU justice, home affairs opt-in

Denmark referendum rejects EU justice, home affairs opt-in

 Danish voters rejected a government proposal to replace the nation`s current opt-out of the EU`s Justice and Home Affairs rules with an opt-in model in a referendum.

Police team to hunt for ISIS social media accounts

Police team to hunt for ISIS social media accounts

 A new European police team is being set up to track and block social media accounts of the Islamic State (IS) terror group.

David Cameron urges action online to stop young Europeans joining IS

British Prime Minister David Cameron on Friday urged action focused on the Internet to stop a mounting number of young Europeans leaving the continent to join the Islamic State group.

Brides for sale: European women lured for sham marriages

Klara Balogova was 18, penniless and heavily pregnant when she rode thousands of miles from Slovakia to England to marry a man she had never met.

European police agency says up to 5,000 EU nationals in jihadist ranks

Up to 5,000 European Union citizens have joined jihadist militant ranks, the head of European police agency Europol told British lawmakers on Tuesday.

Europol says up to 5,000 EU nationals in jihadist ranks

 Up to 5,000 European Union citizens have joined jihadist militant ranks, the head of European police agency Europol told British lawmakers on Tuesday.

First online murder may happen by end of year: Experts

First online murder may happen by end of year: Experts

The world's first 'online murder' via a hacked internet-connected device could happen by the end of this year, experts have warned.

Platini warns of `mafia-type organisations` behind match-fixing

The Uefa president has called for the introduction of a European sports police force as he aims to fight corruption within the game.

Europol busts football match-fixing ring

Europol has revealed that 380 football matches across the globe are under suspicion of match-fixing, following a lengthy investigation into what it considers a criminal network within the sport.

Europe Police arrest 103 in human trafficking ring

Human trafficking is a global multi-billion dollar business, only ranking behind illegal drugs and arms trafficking.

Europol chief warns of jihad threat

European security officials are
warning of a new, decentralised jihadist threat that is hard
to track.