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The International Police Organisation, INTERPOL said on Tuesday that 140 individuals had been nabbed globally for using fake and stolen credit cards to purchase airplane tickets. It said that an international law enforcement operation targeting the purchase of airplane tickets using stolen or fake payment card details had resulted in the detention of the 140 individuals. The INTERPOL said in a statement that a two-day Airport Action Days operation was jointly coordinated by INTERPOL, Europol and Ameripol, with support from law enforcement authorities in Canada and the U.S. INTERPOL said it coordinated the operational activities across the Asia-Pacific and Middle East regions from its command post located at the INTERPOL Global Complex for Innovation (IGCI) in Singapore.

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