Interpol


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Interpol

(ˈɪntəˌpɒl)
n acronym for
(Law) International Criminal Police Organization, an association of over 100 national police forces, devoted chiefly to fighting international crime
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Noun1.Interpol - an international intelligence agency permitting collaboration among intelligence agencies around the world
international law enforcement agency - an international administrative unit responsible for law enforcement
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Interpol

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The President thanked INTERPOL Secretary General for immediately responding to the request made for assistance to investigate the April 21 explosions by terrorists.
During the meeting, Shah proposed hosting of Interpol General Assembly in the national capital in 2022, as a part of celebrations of the 75th anniversary of India's independence.
Expansion of access to INTERPOL's network to key border control points has already seen millions of checks conducted against the Organization's databases of wanted persons, stolen and lost travel documents and stolen vehicles.
The Interpol has told India it decided to issue the notice due to lack of evidence and any proof of wrong doing, a spokesman of Naik in London stated sharing the official correspondence.
The Interpol has also rejected Pakistan's request to issue red warrants for Hussain Nawaz.
The latest information from Interpol Macedonia is that Interpol's head office refuses to publish the arrest warrant and is not giving any explanation why, Ruskoska said before the start of the conference focusing on the progress made in fighting organized crime and corruption in Skopje Wednesday.
He'd been a trustee of the Interpol Foundation for a Safer World, a separate group that funds the police body, but was suspended last year.
Taiwan, officially designated the Republic of China (ROC), was a member state of Interpol until 1984, when the People's Republic of China (PRC) was admitted into the world body.
According to a letter reviewed by Reuters, Interpol's Commission for the Control of Files wrote to Browder's lawyers to say that Russia's National Central Bureau had requested his arrest for charges including deliberate bankruptcy and tax evasion.
This correspondent has seen official papers, which confirm that the decision to reject the application against Hussain Nawaz was made by the Interpol's commission, comprised of five members and headed by its chairperson, during its 10th session.
The meeting discussed topics of common interest related to cooperation with the INTERPOL. The Chief was briefed on the results of the visit of the INTERPOL delegation as part of the annual plan to visit central national offices of member countries.
Hence, the dilemma of the Bahraini refugee and his recent detainment has raised several significant questions regarding Interpol, as it has clearly backed numerous countries that have been documented for human rights abuse cases.