The homepage of Europol’s new “most wanted” website. Photo: AFPThe homepage of Europol’s new “most wanted” website. Photo: AFP
The homepage of Europol’s new “most wanted” website. Photo: AFP

European police agency launches ‘most wanted’ website listing 45 high-profile fugitives, including key suspect in Paris attacks

Europol said the website aimed “at increasing security” across the European Union by having the public “help police trace Europe’s most wanted fugitives”.

The homepage of Europol’s new “most wanted” website. Photo: AFPThe homepage of Europol’s new “most wanted” website. Photo: AFP
The homepage of Europol’s new “most wanted” website. Photo: AFP
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