A Pakistani court rejected on Tuesday appeals made by ousted Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, his daughter and his son-in-law to be released on bail and their convictions be suspended, Arab News reported.
Investigators say that a recently appointed Honduran anti-corruption investigator who was initially believed to have commited suicide, was actually murdered, TeleSur reported on Monday.
Swiss authorities confirmed to Montenegro’s Prosecution Office that the wife of former President Svetozar Marovic had millions in an HSBC account in Switzerland at the time when he denied the family even had an account and offered the money alleged to be on it to anyone who proves it exists.
Several recordings of judges and ministers have come out that indicate corruption and embezzlement in Peru’s judiciary, Telesur reported Sunday.
Brazilian authorities arrested last week Daurio Speranzini Jr. and 19 others for involvement in an international health-care cartel, Reuters reported Wednesday.
Two criminal organizations that laundered an estimated €2.5 million (US$2.9 million) were taken down by the Spanish Civil Guard and the National Police of Colombia, Europol reported Thursday.
Financial police in Rome said they arrested on Tuesday Gian Luca Apolloni, a purported top-level “fixer” named in the Panama Papers, as well as entrepreneur Roberto Lagana on charges of aggravated tax fraud.
The Moldovan government said on Wednesday it wants to strengthen its economy by offering foreigners citizenship in exchange for investments. Their goal is to attract 1.3 billion euros (US$ 1.5 billion) over the next five years.
The head of compliance at Danske Bank, Anders Meinert Jorgensen, resigned Wednesday amidst a money laundering scandal that has been unraveling over the last four months.