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Dirty Work: The Misuse of Interpol Red Notices

Sahar Zand presents Dirty Work – a podcast series from Sky News about what happens when Red Notices go wrong.

We speak to the people who are caught in the gears of a global police information system, operated by Interpol, which enables police forces to flag their most wanted persons at international borders around the world.

In some cases, those people are detained, imprisoned, and extradited, with devastating consequences.

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In its centennial year, Interpol’s Secretary General tells us the organisation is doing everything it can to protect innocent people from being targeted wrongly by police through Interpol. He argues that only a small percentage have to be cancelled.

But regular people, dissidents and Interpol insiders explain how bad actors have been able – in some cases – to hijack the system to capture people beyond their borders.

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