Norwegian newspaper Dagbladet said on its website that Vimpelcom's former CEO, Jo Lunder, had been arrested at Oslo Airport in connection with possible corruption at the Russian company. The National Authority for Investigation and Prosecution of ... Telecompaper, 3 weeks ago
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. Najmaddin Faraj Ahmad, known as Mullah Krekar, is seen in a court in Oslo ROME (Reuters) - Police in six European countries arrested at least 15 suspected members of an Islamist militant group that was planning attacks in Norway and the Middle ...Investing.com, 2 weeks ago Jihadists in Europe 'sought recruits for Iraq, Syria' Radio New Zealand, 2 weeks ago European police swoop seizes 15 Islamists Northern Territory News, 2 weeks ago 15 terror suspects caught in Europe Shanghai Daily, 2 weeks ago
Found an interesting story? Norwegian shipowner John Fredriksen learned of the Oslo airport arrest of group chief executive by email. Already a subscriber? Log in: Subscribe to read the whole story: Standard Full access to ...Tradewinds, 3 weeks ago Update: Fredriksen CEO Put on Leave Following Arrest in Norway World Maritime News, 3 weeks ago CEO of Fredriksen Group Arrested in Norway World Maritime News, 3 weeks ago Fredriksen Suspends CEO Maritime Executive, 3 weeks ago
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The arrest and trial of the "most famous Soviet spy of all time", Rudolf Abel, is the inspiration for the latest Steven Spielberg blockbuster, Bridge of Spies. But who was Abel and what is the story behind his unlikely upbringing as a grammar school ...BBC, 13 hours ago
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'ISIS plot to kidnap British diplomats' is busted: Four men arrested in England are among 13 held in 'the most important police operation in Europe in 20 years'
By Published: 99 share Four men have been arrested in raids across England over fears an ISIS-supporting terror cell were plotting on the dark web to kidnap British diplomats in an attempt to get their leader freed from a Norwegian jail. The ...This is Money, 2 weeks ago
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