The Chinese government announced Monday it wants to cooperate with Ecuador on the protection of marine life and go after illegal fishing, media reported.
The former assistant chairman of the China Banking Regulatory Commission is under investigation for corruption, the Supreme People’s Procuratorate announced on Monday.
A former government minister in the West African country of Guinea was sentenced to seven years in prison by a United States court on Friday for laundering US$ 8.5 million in bribes from a Chinese conglomerate.
A Chinese court sent 14 elderly women behind bars for terrorizing people into paying debts by spitting, insulting, stripping or grabbing their victims by the genitals,media reported Tuesday.
Chinese authorities said Sunday that 77 people who were recently arrested in Fiji were flown last week to China where they are accused of massive online and telecom fraud.
China’s anti-corruption watchdog revealed on Thursday that more than 210,000 officials have been punished for corruption since the beginning of 2017,media reported.
Chinese-led organized criminal networks have turned an obscure southern port town into the world’s largest hub for ivory trafficking, according to a report published Tuesday.
The US has accused a Chinese-based company of laundering money from a sanctioned North Korean bank through American financial institutions, Reuters reported Friday.
China denied Sunday accusations that two of its diplomats are involved in illegal ivory trafficking in Africa, after the President of Uganda ordered an investigation into the pair.
Activists claim that China’s demand for swim bladders of an endemic fish from the Gulf of Mexico has put not only that species in danger of extinction but also a rare porpoise that gets tangled in the criminals’ gillnets.
Factories, hospitals and major corporations around the world grounded to a halt Friday after ransomware hit 200,000 targets in 150 countries, the largest cyber-attack of its kind ever recorded.
A US federal court convicted a former Guinea minister of laundering US$8.5 million in bribes he took from a Chinese tycoon in exchange for mining rights in Guinea, media reported Wednesday.
Chinese anti-corruption authorities published Thursday the foreign addresses for 22 of its "most wanted" suspects, who they believe to be living around the world in plain sight.
Former head of China’s National Bureau of Statistics, Wang Baoan, was indicted Tuesday on bribery suspicions, the official Xinhua News Agency reported.
Greece’s chief corruption prosecutor, Eleni Raikou, resigned this weekend after being targeted by "unofficial power centers" over her investigation into alleged bribery of state officials by a Swiss pharmaceutical company.
Five men were arrested and charged after Australian and Chinese police caught them trying to import over US$ 100 million worth of crystal meth into Australia, police said Monday.
Nearly a quarter of Asia's population had to pay a bribe to public servants last year, mostly to police officers, according to a landmark study Transparency International released Tuesday.
A Chinese court sentenced Beijing’s former deputy Communist Party Secretary to 13 years in prison for corruption and made her pay a two million yuan (US$ 290,000) fine, state media said on Monday.
A Chinese court has sentenced the former politician and chairman of one of the country’s largest state-owned automakers to 11.5 years for graft, state media said Thursday, the latest high-profile target in President Xi Jinping's sweeping crackdown on corruption.
A Chinese court has sentenced Wang Tianpu, the former president of oil giant Sinopec Group, to 15 and a half years in prison for corruption, state media reported Tuesday.
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