International crime

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International crime may refer to:

or it may refer to transnational crime and transnational organized crime. The four biggest areas of transnational crime are:

  1. Drug trafficking
  2. Arms trafficking
  3. Money laundering
  4. Smuggling of cultural artifacts

Trans-national trafficking in human beings receives a great deal of attention by international bodies because of its particularly intimate nature.

It may also refer to: