Europol uses soccer World Cup to catch EU′s most wanted criminals | Europe| News and current affairs from around the continent | DW


Europol, the EU’s law enforcement coordination agency, on Thursday launched a new initiative to catch the bloc’s most-wanted criminals by creating an interactive game based on the football World Cup.

“Twenty-five dangerous criminals on the run from police have entered Europe’s Most Wanted Cup in a bid to become as well-known as some of the real players,” said Europol. “The more people see their faces, the higher the chances that they will be arrested.”

Running through to Saturday, each day Europol and national law enforcement agencies are posting codes on social media platforms, which can…



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