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Europol 1h
Pleased to have welcomed Ms Paraskevi Michou today, new Director-General for EU Migration and Home Affairs
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IOM Greece 7h
organized a new visit to the National Archaeological Museum for the teenagers living in hotels in the center of Athens, under the project "Emergency Response in Accommodating Unaccompanied Migrant Children - ERAcUMiC", w/ support .
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EUHomeAffairs 5h
Daily chart: Europeans remain welcoming to immigrants via
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European Commission 🇪🇺 8h
We are looking fror IT experts, coders and bright minds to help us unlock the potential of . Join our first-ever anti-counterfeiting blockchain competition in Europe. Apply to the by 30 April →
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EU Justice Apr 19
Great news that has adopted the 5th Anti-Money Laundering Directive. These new rules will improve the fight against and across the EU.
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EUHomeAffairs Apr 17
It should not be too easy for would-be bombers to buy chemicals used for homemade explosives. We’re tightening the rules
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European Commission 🇪🇺 Apr 17
Electronic evidence is increasingly important in criminal proceedings. We are making sure that criminals and terrorists cannot exploit electronic communication technologies to hide their criminal actions and evade justice →
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EUHomeAffairs Apr 17
Better information exchange is key in the fight against terrorist financing and money laundering. We’re reducing obstacles to accessing financial information when combating terrorism and serious crime.
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Julian King Apr 17
Under the new rules we are proposing today, law enforcement can find out what bank accounts a suspect has and where with a single check, rather than sending out blanket requests to banks – making it easier to track terrorist funding and helping to prevent attacks.
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Julian King Apr 17
We are also proposing new measures on ID cards and residency documents – more details on today's package in our press release:
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Julian King Apr 17
Today's package includes proposals to make access to electronic evidence easier for law enforcement - an important step in combatting terrorism and serious crime across borders. More info:
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Tove Ernst Apr 17
. “Terrorists and criminals are quick in changing strategies and using new tools to try and harm us - but today we show that we are quicker smarter and more resilient”
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DimitrisAvramopoulos Apr 17
Today we adopt another set of very concrete tools to be one step ahead of the game, by further tightening the screws until there is no more space for terrorists or criminals to operate in and no means to carry out attacks.
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European Commission 🇪🇺 Apr 17
We propose to improve the security features of EU citizens' identity cards with 🇪🇺 common EU security standards 👆 mandatory biometric data 📉 gradual phase out of non-compliant cards Learn more →
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DimitrisAvramopoulos Apr 17
We need urgent action against home-made explosives. This is why we propose to ban certain substances both in local hardware stores and online, and why we introduce stricter rules for licenses, prior checks and reporting obligations for businesses.
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DimitrisAvramopoulos Apr 17
Today we propose that within 2 years all paper cards are phased out and within 5 years all national ID cards contain a chip which stores a biometric image and 2 fingerprints.
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Tove Ernst Apr 17
. presents new measures to deny terrorists and criminals the means and space to plan, finance and carry out crimes - delivering on our commitment to a Union that protects
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EC AV Services Apr 17
🎥 LIVE: follow the press conference by Commissioners , and on new security proposals to better protect EU citizens | Video:
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EUHomeAffairs Apr 17
. presents measures to deny terrorists and criminals the means to act. Press conference live now:
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