Organized crime

Police Officers Arrested Two Bulgarians for Trafficking in Persons for Begging in France and Sweden

The special prosecution has brought charges against two persons involved in trafficking in human beings in France and Sweden for the purpose of recruiting, transporting and coercing them into begging, said the press office of the Ministry of the Interior.

Investigation launched against the suspects for smuggling 800 kilograms of cocaine

He is suspected of organizing criminal gang that was involved in the smuggling of narcotics from South America to Europe. The Prosecution requested investigation of D. . and M. ., that were arrested in Serbia, as well as B.I., who is currently unavailable to the prosecution bodies, it is being stated in the Prosecutor's Office.

Australia is Considering Blocking Sites with Violent and Extremist Content

Australia is considering blocking websites that distribute violent and terrorist content. This was announced by Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison during the G7 summit in Biarritz, quoted by BTA.

Morrison said those measures are needed to avoid the dissemination of such "disgusting materials" on the network.

Lemon | Poros | July 20 & 21

After performing the play "Lemon" in a lemon orchard in the seaside town of Galatas, the Experimento theater group embarks on its next theatrical endeavor. The group will transform a ferry boat off the coast of the island of Poros into a stage where two actors, Melachrinos Velentzas and Giorgos Drivas, will repeat the performance.

UK Drug Gangs Recruit in Albania’s Remote North

Speaking in April last year, Britain's ambassador to Albania, Duncan Norman, said "60 to 70 per cent" of 726 Albanian inmates at that time in Britain were from these three northern counties.

Deeply impoverished, the region has become a rich recruitment ground for the Albanian crime gangs that now dominate the cocaine market in Britain.