Pakistan’s elections monitoring body said it found that the party of former Prime Minister Imran Khan has received millions of dollars in donations from the United States, U.K., UAE and Australia which could be against the law.
The U.S. sanctioned the reputed girlfriend of Russian President Vladimir Putin, adding her to the list of members of the Russian elite that were punished for the Kremlin’s invasion of Ukraine.
Few live in Canada’s frigid and wild Yukon province, a nearly 200,000 mile stretch of land wedged between the Alaska and the Arctic Circle, yet organized crime is growing in the region, according to a recent report by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Force (RCMP).
Kazakh authorities arrested 23 people suspected of being members of a gang that used threats and blackmail to force IT specialists into running underground cryptocurrency mining farms.
A U.K. court sentenced the ringleader of a criminal network to nine years in prison for smuggling vacuum packed wads of dirty cash to Dubai, in what was one of Britain’s biggest money laundering conspiracies to date.
Throughout Nigeria, Pentecostal churches act as a gateway for criminal organizations to traffic young girls across Europe and coerce them into the world of prostitution, according to the Investigative Reporting Project Italy (IRPI).
Security forces from eight European countries arrested 12 suspected members of a Balkan drug cartel accused of bringing tonnes of cocaine from South America into Europe.
Australian police say they arrested a 24-year-old man for allegedly creating and selling hacking tool used by domestic violence perpetrators and child sex offenders to spy on unsuspecting victims.
The U.S. Department of Service doubled last week the $5 million reward it promised in March to anyone offering information on North Korea backed hackers targeting global crypto exchanges and financial institutions to support the state’s illicit activities.
A Swiss court has decided to continue investigating the case Russian oligarch Dmitry Rybolovlev has been pursuing against a Swiss art dealer who charged him obscene markups on 38 works of art and this way allegedly defrauded him of US$1.1billion over a period of 11 years.