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text 2017-04-14 21:57
Erster Satz | Mark Roderick: Tage des Zorns
Post Mortem - Tage des Zorns: Thriller - Mark Roderick

Becky war aufgeregt, weil sie wusste, dass sie etwas Verbotenes tat.


Besser gesagt: weil sie vorhatte, etwas Verbotenes zu tun. Beinahe so etwas wie ein kleines Verbrechen.


Wenn ich auffliege, wird es mächtigen Ärger geben.


Aber sie war fest entschlossen.

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video 2014-10-08 02:01

Sharing the Interpol love. I saw them live on Sunday and they were awesome.  They are great musicians, and fantastic live. This is a favorite from the new album El Pintor.  It's up there with "Take You on a Cruise" for me now.  Check out this CD.

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text 2013-08-16 03:52
Interpol Targets Criminals Who Subvert Carbon Markets

LYON, France (ENS-Newswire) – Securities fraud, insider trading, embezzlement, money laundering and cybercrime – the intangible nature of the global carbon trading markets puts them at risk for exploitation by criminal networks, according to a new law enforcement guide produced by Interpol.


The world’s largest international police organization has just issued “The Interpol Guide to Carbon Trading Crime,” which examines the areas within the industry that could be manipulated by criminals. It assesses the current vulnerabilities of the carbon market and provides information to support national authorities in establishing adequate policing measures.


Carbon trading is the world’s fastest growing commodities market, with its current value estimated by the World Bank at around US$176 billion. There are no physical commodities, instead the market trades credits for offsetting the emission of the greenhouse gas carbon dioxide with the aim of limiting global climate change. Interpol says it is this unquantifiable market combined with the large amounts of money invested and a lack of oversight that makes it vulnerable to criminals.

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Source: ens-newswire.com/2013/08/12/interpol-targets-criminals-who-subvert-carbon-markets
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