SIPA Pulls Off Giant Pot Seizure in Central Bosnia

In the largest drug seizure in at least several years in Bosnia and Herzegovina, police have confiscated some 400 kilograms of skunk (cannabis) worth several million dollars in the central Bosnian town of Gornji Vakuf, the State Investigation and Protection Agency (SIPA) said in a statement Monday.

Brazil: Reporter who Exposed Collusion Faces Criminal Charges

Brazil’s State Prosecution Office has filed a criminal complaint against Glenn Greenwald, journalist and co-founder of the Intercept on Tuesday, accusing him of having illegally obtained a series of online chats between prosecutors and the judge who was overseeing Brazil’s biggest corruption case, Operation Car Wash.  

Austrian Banks Elude Criminal Probe Despite New Findings

Although a criminal complaint implicating Austrian banks in money laundering was filed in February 2019, authorities in Vienna never launched an official investigation into the allegations that mainly target Raiffeisen Bank International, the Austrian weekly news magazine profil said on Monday.

Leaks Show Large Firms Aided Dos Santos’ Offshore Empire

A trove of 715,000 leaked emails, charts, contracts, and audits details how the daughter of the former Angolese president Isabel dos Santos, reportedly Africa’s richest woman, managed to amass and shield her US$2 billion fortune with the help of western consulting and accounting firms.