Malaysian police seized US$ 28.6 million in cash and more than 400 luxury handbags from several apartments on Friday as part of an anti-graft investigation of former prime minister Najib Razak, Reuters reported.
More than 100 Thai police stormed Buddhist temples Thursday, arresting several prominent monks on robbery and embezzlement charges, Reuters reported.
Federal authorities arrested dozens of gang members Wednesday for selling drugs and extorting prisoners in Californian jails.
In an unprecedented move, murdered Maltese journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia's laptops and hard disks were handed over to German Federal Criminal Police (BKA) last month.
Multinationals, politicians, corporate moguls, and European consuls all used offshore companies and bank accounts to hide money and avoid taxes in West Africa, according to an investigation by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists released Tuesday.
A Myanmar judge will decide soon whether evidence police claim to have obtained from the mobile phones of two detained Reuters reporters will be admissible in court, Reuters reported Monday.
Former Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak answered questions Tuesday from anti-corruption officials about a multi-billion dollar graft scandal that has hounded him since his ouster from office earlier this month.
Members of the UK Parliament called this week for tighter sanctions against Kremin-connected individuals and warned that the government is not shielding national security interests from Russian “kleptocrats and human rights abusers.”
Over the weekend, Spanish police seized more than 900 kilograms of cocaine and 15 tons of hashish, and dismantled an international drug trafficking group. Spanish drug gangs still seem unstoppable despite all this.
Italian authorities seizedover 20 million euros inassets from a group accused of managing an illegal online gambling business on behalf of the ‘Ndrangheta, police announced on Thursday.