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Identifying Victims of Labor Exploitation: Europol’s Coordinated Efforts in Europe

During a weeklong Europewide operation by Europol, 334 potential victims of labor exploitation were identified, with Cyprus Police uncovering five victims within their jurisdiction, emphasizing a concerted effort to address this issue across the continent. Arrests were made and ongoing investigations are taking place, showcasing the collaborative and effective measures being implemented to combat labor exploitation in Europe.

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Cyprus Police Involved in Nine E-Cannabis Arrests

In a groundbreaking international operation, Cyprus police, in collaboration with Europol, successfully apprehended nine suspects involved in the JuicyFields Ponzi scheme. With the seizure of €4.7 million in bank assets, €1.515 million in cryptocurrencies, and luxury items, the operation showcased the power of global cooperation in combating online fraud.

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Suspected Child Pornography Case in Limassol

The recent arrest in Limassol involved a 25yearold man accused of uploading videos of child sexual abuse, following a tipoff from Europol. Authorities seized a laptop and five mobile phones for evidence, emphasizing the need for internet safety and international cooperation in combating cybercrimes.

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Europol launches new ‘most-wanted’ campaign, includes Cyprus crimes

Europol has launched a new campaign targeting the capture of Europe’s mostwanted criminals, including suspects of serious crimes in Cyprus. The campaign encourages public assistance in tracking down these fugitives by providing tips. Citizens are empowered to act as heroes in aiding law enforcement and ensuring public safety. Visit Europol’s website for details and to report information anonymously.

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Join the Hunt: Your Role in Capturing Europe’s Most Wanted

Europol and ENFAST have launched their 2023 campaign to capture Europe’s most wanted criminals, calling on citizens to play an active role in the pursuit of justice. By staying vigilant, examining the EU’s most wanted list online, and reporting any recognizable faces, individuals can make a significant impact in enhancing the safety and security of the European Union.

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