American authorities Wednesday arrested eight alleged members of an Eastern European organized crime syndicate they say committed an array of mob-related crimes in collusion with a large transnational organized crime group.
A Serbian court has approved an indictment against Dragoslav Kosmajac – a man described by Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic as “the biggest drug dealer in Serbia” – over a 2010 abuse of authority case that allegedly caused €95,000 (US$ 108,000) in state losses.
Spanish authorities arrested 23 members of an alleged Polish drug trafficking gang, seizing more than a ton of hashish and property worth nearly €2.2 million (US$ 2.46 million), police said Friday.
Montenegrin Prosecutor Miodrag Latkovic requested a new trial for failure to hear critical evidence in the case of a family accused of laundering more than €7 million, asking that the family’s December 2015 acquittal be overturned.
Following a major crackdown on an international drug trafficking group in Greece on May 9, the Albanian opposition Democratic Party (DP) has accused the interior minister of protecting the alleged leader of the group, whom Greek media has dubbed the “Escobar of the Balkans.” “Escobar” is, according to the Balkan Investigative Reporting Network (BIRN), a former regional director of transport services who served as part of the Transport Ministry until last week.
Bosnian prosecutors today filed an indictment accusing former media mogul Fahrudin Radoncic and three of his alleged accomplices of pressuring a witness into providing false testimony and trading in influence.
Former Media mogul Fahrudin Radoncic, the leader of one of the parties in the ruling coalition in Bosnia and Herzegovina, says he will testify at the trial of suspected drug kingpin Naser Kelmendi in Pristina, Kosovo.
The UK National Crime Agency (NCA) has seized three tons of cocaine, worth half a billion British pounds sterling (US$ 732.6 million) and arrested seven British suspects, reported The Sun.
Albania's oppositional Democratic Party has called for the resignation of Sajmir Tahiri, Minister of the Interior, accusing him of protecting criminal groups that smuggle Albanian marijuana to Italy by plane.
Two men, suspected by Bosnian prosecutors of international drug trafficking, pleaded not guilty in court on Friday.
Romanian authorities arrested a man thought to have been trafficking drugs and found he was a violent criminal wanted internationally for murder, according to police and local news sources.
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