Police boss says EU needs to pull together as HALF member states don’t share evidence

The head of Germany’s police force said European nations aren’t doing enough to combat international terror, saying security forces across the continent need to be “quicker and better”.

Holger Muench called on countries to set up a transnational data network to keep track of militants as the threat of Paris style attacks rises around the world.

He went on to claim roughly half of the European Union’s 28 member states do not automatically compare finger prints or DNA profiles.

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