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  • Interpol joins hunt for Kenyan poaching suspect

    MOMBASA Kenya (Reuters) - Kenya's police have asked Interpol to issue a wanted persons alert for a businessman accused of illegal trafficking in ivory and other game trophies in east Africa. They say Feizal Ali Mohammed, who hails from Kenya's Indian...
  • Rwanda steps up human trafficking fight, rescues 150 victims

    KIGALI (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Rwandan police have rescued more than 150 people from trafficking in the last four years, officials said on Wednesday, calling for greater efforts to combat the growing crime. Rwandan officials say women and girls,...
  • Singapore extends orders to hold four over match-fixing

    SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Singapore has extended detention orders that allow it to hold four people accused of being involved in a global football match-fixing syndicate without charge, the Ministry of Home Affairs said on Wednesday. The four Singaporeans...
  • Interpol opens Singapore center to fight cyber crime

    Interpol, the world's largest police organization, is opening a center in Singapore focused on fighting cyber crime, which many countries, it says, are poorly equipped to contain. Cyber crime is increasingly conducted by a highly specialized chain of...
  • Up to 80 countries a year hit by match-fixing - Interpol

    MANCHESTER England (Reuters) - Between 60 and 80 countries have reported allegations of match-fixing for each of the last three years, the head of the Interpol-FIFA initiative set up to fight the crime said on Wednesday. John Abbott, who is also...
  • Interpol to boost data sharing on foreign fighters in Syria, Iraq

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Interpol has set up a new program to improve its sharing of information about foreign militants who have traveled to fight in Iraq and Syria, U.S. authorities said on Wednesday. The program is aimed at better monitoring and...
  • Urban Outfitters largest vinyl retailer? Local record store skeptical

    Urban Outfitters largest vinyl retailer? Local record store skeptical
    Great job, hipsters. The largest seller of vinyl albums in the world is now Urban Outfitters, according to a claim by the company’s Chief Administration Officer Calvin Hollinger Thursday morning. According to Vox, Hollinger made the claim on a...
  • The Phantom Bomber's escape into the shadows

    PHILADELPHIA The back-to-school party called for costumes, so Trent University students came as ghosts and witches, moving in and out of the redbrick rooming house at 283 W. King St. in Peterborough, Ontario, all night. That complicated the task for...
  • Hasta 80 países se ven afectados por el arreglo de partidos, dice Interpol

    MANCHESTER Inglaterra (Reuters) - Entre 60 y 80 países han registrado acusaciones de amaño de partidos en cada uno de los tres últimos años, dijo el miércoles el titular de la iniciativa contra el delito de Interpol-FIFA. John Abbott, que también...
  • Christian Rapper Lecrae Notches First No. 1 Album in Soft Sales Week

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - Leading soft post-Labor Day sales that saw no six-figure debuts, Christian rapper Lecrae notched his first No. 1 album with "Anomaly." The Reach Records title moved 88,000 copies, according to Nielsen SoundScan data for the...
  • Ex-El Salvador president to await graft trial in jail, not at home

    SAN SALVADOR (Reuters) - Former El Salvador President Francisco Flores was taken from his home in San Salvador where he was under house arrest to prison on Friday where he will remain until he faces trial on corruption charges. Flores, who was...