An improved Schengen Information System should help to step up the EU fight against terrorism, cross-border crime and illegal immigration. This is according to the European Parliament’s Civil Liberties Committee, which adopted three regulations to update the Schengen Information System (SIS).
According to the MEPs, all European Union member states should be obliged to swiftly share details of a terrorist act with all other member states. They also agreed on a preventive alert signalling child...
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