Terrorism

Bulgarian Security Agency will have Access to Student Data to Monitor Radicalization

The State Agency for National Security (SANS) will gain continuous access to the automated information funds of the Ministry of Education and Science (MES) in order to monitor radicalization among students. This was understood by the words of the Deputy Minister of Education Denitsa Sacheva before the BNR.

Bid to stop dangerous felons from moving to rural prisons

The Greek government is considering amending legislation to prevent convicts serving time for terrorism and other serious crimes from securing transfers to agricultural prisons where security is less tight, Kathimerini understands.

The matter is to be discussed Thursday by government officials, with legislative amendments expected to be submitted in Parliament in the coming days.

Inspectors to crack down on tax dodgers

The Independent Authority for Public Revenue is expected to focus in the coming days on three categories of professionals it suspects of widespread tax evasion: accountants, property realtors and auctioneers of high-value items.
Tax inspectors will be focusing on those professionals' tax returns for signs of money laundering. 

UN: Islamic State Has about $ 300 Million to Fight

The Islamic State extremist group has about $ 300 million after the loss of its so-called "caliphate" in Iraq and Syria, according to a report by UN Secretary-General António Guterres, quoted by The Associated Press.

In a document sent to the UN Security Council, Guterres warns that the lull in IS attacks "may be temporary."

"Haradinaj's connections should not be underestimated"

Alim Hamza, who is under the surveillance of German authorities for his Islam extremist standpoints, was among delegates, while the expert for security issues Irfan Peci considers that the danger of Haradinaj's contacts with Salafi movement with the goal of establishing "Greater Albania" should not be underestimated.

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