International Police work to Stop Foreign Fighters

Insight

The United Nations says there are more than 25,000 people around the world who’ve joined terrorist networks. The ‘foreign fighter threat’ is exposing critical gaps in information sharing between different countries. The International Police Criminal Organization INTERPOL is trying to help. CCTV’s Jessica Stone visited their command center here in Washington for some Insight.

UN highlights foreign fighter threat for countries

UN highlights foreign fighter threat for countries

The United Nations says there are more than 25,000 people around the world who've joined terrorist networks. The 'foreign fighter threat' is exposing critical gaps in information sharing between different countries. The International Police Criminal Organization INTERPOL is trying to help. CCTV's Jessica Stone visited their command center here in Washington for some Insight.


Peter Vincent on extradition treaties and international law
CCTV America discusses this with Peter Vincent, who has coordinated nearly 500 extraditions into the United States and also worked on cases involving China and Cuba.

Peter Vincent on extradition treaties and international law

Peter Vincent on extradition treaties and international law

CCTV America discusses this with Peter Vincent, who has coordinated nearly 500 extraditions into the United States and also worked on cases involving China and Cuba.