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Latest Europol Items
UEFA has signed a working agreement with Europol, which says it is involved in nine investigations of organized crime syndicates linked to match-fixing.
Spanish authorities on Wednesday announced the breakup of a cybercrime gang that used a "ransomware" virus to lock computers throughout Europe, display false messages claiming the action was taken by police and demand payment of (EURO)100 ($135) to unlock the computers.
A wide-ranging match-fixing investigation has uncovered more than 380 suspicious matches _ including World Cup and European Championship qualifiers and two Champions League games _ and found evidence that a Singapore-based crime group is closely involved in match-fixing.
Police said Wednesday they have smashed a huge international pedophile ring, rescuing 230 children from abuse and arresting 184 suspects — including teachers and police officers.