The anti-money laundering software market size is expected to increase by USD 2.09 billion during 2021-2025, registering a CAGR of over 14% during the forecast period. Continue reading
As cases of fraud and money laundering rose during the pandemic last year, banks in the UK faced unforeseen challenges. In a new study by global analytics software provider FICO and independent research firm OMDIA, 79 percent of respondents from UK banks said that working from home had a high or major impact on the effectiveness of their financial crime prevention. Continue reading
NUNEATON, ENGLAND, UK (OCTOBER 22, 2017) (POPA MARIAN) – British police ended an armed hostage siege on Sunday (October 22), the BBC reported, saying there were no casualties after a gunman took two staff members hostage at a bowling alley in a leisure complex in central England. Continue reading
LONDON, BRITAIN (MAY 26, 2017) (UK POOL) – British police have arrested a “large part of the network” behind this week’s Manchester suicide bombing but more arrests are likely, the country’s top counter-terrorism officer said on Friday (May 26).
UK police arrest a man carrying knives near Britain’s parliament.
Three people are killed after a truck drives into a crowd on a shopping street in central Stockholm.
People queued outside a St Petersburg hospital to donate blood after dozens were wounded in a deadly suicide bombing in a metro carriage on Monday. Continue reading
Police confirm that at least four people have died in the attack outside the country’s parliament in London. Continue reading
The United States prepares to commemorate the 15th anniversary of the September 11, 2001 attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon.
Public outcry in Ghana following decision to transfer two Yemeni detainees held for more than a decade at the U.S. military prison in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba to the country. Many say they view the men as a security threat to the West African nation, located in a region struggling to cope with the rise of several militant Islamist insurgencies.