Kenya Holds Hearings on British Army Abuses

At 13, Lioska Lesasuyan had his eye blown out and lost both his arms when he started playing with a rock on the ground, which turned out to be a British army explosive device.

Dubai Revelations Prompt Questions From EU Parliamentarians

European parliamentarians are questioning whether the United Arab Emirates should have been taken off the “gray list” of countries at risk of money laundering and terrorist financing, following revelations that Dubai property owners include a host of dubious characters like drug lords and sanctioned businessmen.

EU, Italy Help Battling Human Trafficking in the Balkans

Italian officials have inaugurated a pivotal office in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, that will act as a central hub, facilitate the coordination, monitoring, and implementation of strategies to combat human trafficking, Italian State Police said Tuesday in a statement.

Malta Charges Ex PM and His Top Officials with Corruption

A court in Malta formally charged ex prime minister Joseph Muscat on Tuesday with money laundering, fraud, conspiracy, bribery, and corruption in public office in a case concerning the privatization of three public hospitals in Malta and Gozo.

Mexico Extradites Alleged Sinaloa Sicario to U.S.

Mexico has extradited one of the top leaders of the infamous Sinaloa Cartel who is believed to have been the chief of a group of enforcers tasked with eliminating or intimidating rivals of one of the cartel’s factions, the U.S. Department of Justice stated over the weekend.