• French police conduct a control at the French-German border in Strasbourg, France, to check vehicles and verify the identity of travellers November 20, 2015 as security increases after last Friday's deadly attacks in Paris. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler  ATTENTION EDITORS FRENCH LAW REQUIRE THAT VEHICLE REGISTRATION PLAQUES ARE MASKED IN PUBLICATIONS WITHIN FRANCE - RTS835C
    November 20, 2015  

    Paris marked and mourned one week since a string of attacks that killed 130 people. Since last Friday, French police have carried out hundreds of raids, including one that killed the alleged mastermind. Now the government is moving to give the police more power, and Europol says more should to be done to prevent future atrocities. Hari Sreenivasan, reporting from Paris, talks to Judy Woodruff. Continue reading

  • February 5, 2013  

    After completing an extensive investigation, the European Union’s police agency Europol suspects nearly 680 soccer matches between 2008 and 2011 — including World Cup qualifying matches and the European Championships — were fixed. For more, Hari Sreenivasan talks with Kevin Baxter, who covers soccer for the Los Angeles Times. Continue reading