The United Nations Security Council asked its member states on Tuesday to do more to stop terrorists from making money through organized crime.
An Argentine federal judge indicted ex-president Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner for treason and other charges related to allegations that she covered up Iran’s possible involvement in a 1994 bombing of the AMIA Jewish center in Buenos Aires, according to Reuters.
United States investigators have uncovered a money laundering operation run by the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIS) that transferred funds to an alleged ISIS supporter in the US using fake eBay transactions, The Wall Street Journal reported.
Japan’s largest organized criminal group has published a manual for its members on how to avoid arrest under the country’s new anti-terrorism and organized crime law, The Asahi Shimbun reported Wednesday.
Italian police arrested 12 suspects of migrant and cigarette smuggling who may have planned to bring migrants with jihadist links to Europe, media reported Tuesday.
Spanish authorities detained four people on Monday suspected of being part of a migrant smuggling network that may have been used by the Islamic State (IS) to bring its members to Europe.
Montenegro's chief special prosecutor Sunday accused Russian nationalists of plotting to overthrow Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic on Oct. 16, Election Day.
Families of US citizens murdered by drug cartels in Mexico are suing HSBC, saying it let the cartels launder billions of dollars to operate their businesses, resulting in the destruction of numerous lives, according to a casefiled in the US District Court for the Southern District of Texas.
The US Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) has made several arrests targeting a global drug trafficking and money laundering network as part of a larger investigation into Hezbollah activities, according to a Monday news release.
A U.S District Court in St. Louis sentenced Jasminka Ramic to three years in prison for financing ISIS terrorists.
Montenegro’s law enforcement agencies have tightened border security in a crackdown on arms smuggling. The move comes in light of a new report released by human rights organization Amnesty International, according to the Balkan Investigative Reporting Network (BIRN).
Joining the war of words escalating between Turkey and Russia, the Iraqi Kurdish Regional Government (KRG) deny that the satellite images Russian defense officials displayed at a briefing in Moscow last week showed Islamic State (IS) militants selling oil to Turkey.
Organized crime gangs in the Western Balkans are cooperating with criminal French counterparts to smuggle weapons, according to Bosnia's security minister.
The Kalashnikov machine guns used in the terror attacks in Paris last Friday were manufactured in Bulgaria, reports Bulgarian National Television (BNT).
Husein "Bilal" Bosnic, the Islamic preacher accused of recruiting young Bosnians to fight for the Islamic State (IS), was sentenced Thursday to seven years in prison.
During the final statements in the case against suspected Islamic State (IS) recruiter Husein Bosnic in Bosnia and Herzegovina, the state prosecutor requested the maximum, 20-year prison sentence be imposed.
Nobody knew that Nermin would go to Syria, said the mother of a young man who died fighting alongside the Islamic State (IS) in a quiet, shaky voice.
Eight men, accused of fighting for the Islamic State (IS), have pleaded not guilty at the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH).
A court in Bosnia and Herzegovina has approved the indictment of 12 people for funding terrorism and fighting for Islamic State (IS) forces in Syria.
Suspected Islamic State (IS) recruiter Husein Bilal Bosnic received money from foreign Islamic sources to buy property for poor people in his local community, according to a witness.
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