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Italian football may make return

Italian football may make return
Palermo players try to get away from the tear gas during their game with Catania
Palermo's players try to get away from the tear gas
Italian football could restart on Sunday, according to Luca Pancalli, commissioner of the Italian Federation.

Serie A and B clubs meet on Tuesday to discuss a government proposal to close stadiums deemed unsafe for fans.

German fans single out 'racist'

German fans single out 'racist'
Energie Cottbus striker Francis Kioyo
The player allegedly abused was Cameroon striker Francis Kioyo
A football spectator who fellow fans alleged shouted racist insults at a black player during a German first division match faces a life ban.

Members of the Revolutionary Cells (RZ) surrender

German 1970s 'radicals' surrender
Front page of Voice of Uganda newspaper
The RZ took part in the 1976 hijacking that ended in Entebbe
Two suspected members of a left-wing German group that carried out attacks in the 1970s and 1980s have surrendered to police, German officials say.

The unidentified members of the Revolutionary Cells (RZ) are said to be a man and a woman, both aged 58.

Football violence in Italy

Italy to debate football future
CONI president Gianni Petrucci
Petrucci wants stricter anti-hooligan measures to be introduced
The Italian Olympic Committee (CONI) will meet the government on Monday to decide when Italian football resumes.

All weekend matches, as well as an international against Romania, were cancelled after a policeman was killed during clashes between fans in Sicily.

Facts About Organized Crime in Canada

Facts About Organized Crime in Canada

Organized crime impacts on the health, safety and well being of our society. From telemarketing fraud to car theft, from illegal trafficking to unlawful dumping of toxic waste, crime and violence impact on our way of life and on the livelihood of our citizens.

United Nations Manual On Anti-Corruption Policy

Vienna, May 2001
Centre for International Crime Prevention
DRAFT

United Nations Manual on Anti-Corruption Policy

Vienna, June 2001
CICP-16

This document has not been officially edited

East-Central European Crossroads of Crime. The Czech Republic Case

East-Central European Crossroads of Crime. The Czech Republic Case

PhDr. Miroslav Nožina, IIR

(First draft)

EU rejects Communist symbol ban

EU rejects Communist symbol ban
BBC News, Brussels, 8 February 2005

The European Commission has rejected calls for a proposed Europe-wide ban on Nazi symbols to be extended to cover Communist Party symbols as well.

EU justice commissioner Franco Frattini said it would not be appropriate to include the red star and the hammer and sickle in a draft EU law on racism.

Criminals 'may overwhelm the web'

Criminals 'may overwhelm the web'
By Tim Weber
Business editor, BBC News website, Davos

Computers on a home desk
Do you know if your PC has been taken over by cyber-criminals?
Criminals controlling millions of personal computers are threatening the internet's future, experts have warned.

A Framework for Locating and Analyzing Hate Groups in Blogs

In Proceedings of the Pacific-Asia Conference on Information Systems, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, July 6-9, 2006.
A Framework for Locating and Analyzing Hate Groups in Blogs

Michael Chau
School of Business
The University of Hong Kong
Pokfulam, Hong Kong
mchau@business.hku.hk
Jennifer Xu
Dept. of Computer Information Systems
Bentley College
Waltham, MA 02452, USA

The Schools’ Response to Online Bullying

The Schools’ Response to Online Bullying
by
Bryony Orwick and Doris Settles
Introduction
A menace is lurking on the world wide web and its impact is reaching far into our schools.
Millions of students are teased and bullied every day in the United States, and most teachers and
parents are not completely aware of the extent to which these incidents occur. A recent Bureau of

Asian gangs are brothers in crime

Asian gangs are brothers in crime
Triads, Yakuza have a hand in golf and slavery
More than 10,000 attended the funeral of a Taiwanese triad leader
More than 10, 000 people marched in the February 1996 funeral procession for Chen Yung-ho and Ning Lei-chia, reported leaders of the Four Seas triad in Taiwan. Chen and Ning were shot to death at a Taipei restaurant by professional killers.

Russian racism 'out of control'

Russian racism 'out of control'
Roma family (photo: Amnesty)
Some Roma families are too scared to go into St Petersburg (photo: Amnesty)
Racist killings in Russia are "out of control", according to a report by international human rights watchdog Amnesty International.

The report into violent racism shows that at least 28 people were killed and 366 were assaulted in 2005.

Violent racism out of control in Russian Federation - Amnesty International

Russian Federation
Violent racism out of control

1. Introduction

AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL - Russian Federation: Racism and xenophobia rife in Russian society

AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL
PRESS RELEASE

AI Index: EUR 46/018/2006 (Public)
News Service No: 108
4 May 2006

Embargo Date: 4 May 2006 00:01 GMT

Russian Federation: Racism and xenophobia rife in Russian society
"We are not considered to be people. We’re like a completely separate state"
A man from a Roma settlement near St Petersburg.

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