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Interpol chief: we need global response to tackle 'epidemic of transnational organised crime'

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Interpol chief: we need global response to tackle 'epidemic of transnational organised crime'

Interpol chief: we need global response to tackle 'epidemic of transnational organised crime'

Interpol was founded in 1923 in Vienna as the International Criminal Police Commission (ICPC).

After World War II, the agency was renamed Interpol and adopted a new constitution.


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