Qatar pledges $2m for anti-crime centre
Doha, November 9, 2010
Qatar has said that it will give $2 million (BD750,000) towards a new anti-crime centre in Singapore as global police organisation Interpol opened its annual assembly in the emirate.
Interior Minister Shaikh Abdullah bin Nasser Al Thani announced the funding at the opening session of the 79th Interpol General Assembly, which is expected to approve detailed plans for the new centre, according to a report in our sister newspaper Gulf Daily News.
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