“Pandemics, armed conflicts, climate change, energy problems, poverty… all have an impact on crime in the world. And each time there is a crisis, for the criminals, it is an opportunity”, recalled Jürgen Stock, secretary general of Interpol, this Tuesday in Lyon, during a tribune dedicated to the press at the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the organization.
Founded in Vienna, Austria, on September 7, 1923, Interpol’s forerunner – the International Criminal Police Commission – brought together 20 countries. Today, Interpol helps police in 195 countries fight crime.
The organization is cramped in its Lyon headquarters and has been forced, since…
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