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TAIWAN POLICE ASSIST IN INTERNATIONAL ONLINE GAMBLING PROBE
23rd April, 2015 at 20:20:57
CIB helps bust illegal betting Web sites.
The Taipei Times reports that a Taiwanese man has been picked up in a joint international probe into an online gambling syndicate that has seen the arrests of 1,063 people.
Taiwan's Criminal Investigation Bureau (CIB) has confirmed said that it assisted in the international investigation that smashed what may prove to be the largest illegal online gambling network ever encountered by enforcement agencies.
CIB officials raided several locations in Taiwan suspected od being associated with the gambling operation, which is based in China, but is thought to have had branches or connections in Taiwan, Hong Kong, Macau and Thailand.
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