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Interpol elects a South Korean — not a Russian — to lead the police body

The News Articles Wednesday, 21 November 2018
Interpol elects a South Korean — not a Russian — to lead the police bodyVia Alexander Cornwell Reuters Severe questions are being raised about whether or not Russia is taking on Interpol. The global police company is choosing a brand new president, and the frontrunner is Alexander Prokopchuk, a Kremlin reputable, and any individual dubbed Russia’s abuser-in-chief. As Jeff Semple explains, critics concern what may occur if Prokopchuk is …
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But the U.S. is supporting a South Korean to head the worldwide police agency.

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