Romanian Police uncovered and dismantled Monday a suspected human smuggling organization believed to have tried to smuggle 30 illegal migrants further into the EU from Romania, according to a Europol press release.
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A criminal organization allegedly duped Iranian nationals living in Australia into becoming drug mules who received and stored liquid methamphetamine before unknowingly handing it off to be distributed, according to a press release by the Australian Federal Police (AFP).
A panel of experts from the United Nations called upon world governments to not only fight tax abuse and cross-border financial crimes, but to commit to reinvesting the billions of lost dollars into the COVID-19 crisis and international development goals for 2030.
Reporters without Borders (RSF) has filed a criminal complaint against Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman and other high-ranking Saudi officials for “a litany of crimes against humanity” against journalists, the watchdog announced Tuesday.
German police arrested eight people aged between 24 and 55 and searched dozens of premises throughout the country as part of a mega operation that targeted right-wing groups allegedly involved in drug and arms trafficking and money laundering.
Peter Gotti, widely recognized as the boss of New York’s Gambino crime family, died on Thursday in prison while serving a 25-year-sentence for racketeering and conspiracy to murder, the Associated Press reported.
Arresting 38 suspects, police busted last week a suspected labor exploitation group in France, allegedly operated by Romanian nationals, according to a Eurojust press release.
Two former employees of a bank based in the Democratic Republic of Congo could face a death sentence after blowing the whistle on the financial institution’s alleged secret networks engaged in money laundering and bypassing international sanctions.
A court in Paris found former President Nicolas Sarkozy guilty of corruption and influence peddling on Monday and sentenced him to three years in prison, two of which were suspended, announced France 24.
A federal grand jury in Texas has indicted eight alleged members of a conspiracy to illegally register thousands of planes at an entirely fictional airport, some of which were later used by international narco-trafficking groups to smuggle drugs into the United States.
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