FILE - In this Tuesday, Nov. 4, 2014 file photo, Germany's Juergen Stock poses during the 83rd Interpol General Assembly in Monaco. The General Assembly of the international police organization unanimously elected Stock, 55, on Friday Nov.7, 2014 at its meeting in Monaco. He replaces Ronald K. Noble, an American who served as secretary general of Interpol for 14 years. (AP Photo/Claude Paris, File) (The Associated Press)
PARIS – The vice president of Germany's Federal Criminal Police, Juergen Stock, has been elected to take over the operational helm of Interpol, effective immediately.