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More Than 300 People Arrested in European Organized Crime Crackdown

Police in Europe arrested a total of 314 people from 52 different countries and broke up several international human trafficking rings this week during round-the-clock coordinated raids, Europol announced Wednesday. The massive operation was coordinated from the Europol headquarters in The Hague, where Europol officers and experts from each of the countries gathered to direct the action in real-time. “Simultaneously, 16 Europol specialists were deployed on the spot in several countries...

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