Critics say move risks denying vulnerable people their rights, but the agencies involved argue this is where their help is needed
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A judge ordered the former president's release on Sunday, only for his decision to be blocked hours later
Bold anti money laundering crackdowns often mask a lack of coherent strategy from governments, say experts
A man remains in critical condition in hospital after contact with the same nerve agent used against Sergei Skripal
Less than one percent of criminally acquired money is clawed back; how should regulators address this impotence?
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Civil liberties groups, academics and developers say police use of flawed facial recognition technology is 'out of control'
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How does the agreement compare with previous deals between the two countries?
The Aquarius ran six rescue operations overnight before Italy's new government said it could not dock