In the ongoing hunt for assets belonging to Russians sanctioned over the invasion of Ukraine, Spain seized on Monday a US$90 million yacht from oligarch Viktor Vekselberg at the request of the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ).
Following a scandal that shook up the Argentinian elite, a court in Buenos Aires has found two former high-ranking officials guilty of illicit enrichment and other crimes involving the purchase of trains from Spain and Portugal.
The former CEO of an American drug manufacturing company appeared in court Monday on charges that he knowingly distributed medications contaminated by a bacteria dangerous to those with weakened immune systems, resulting in numerous hospitalizations and infant mortalities.
Much like a gambler who devises a new scheme to fool the casino, Russia’s commercial fleets have started to engage in maritime operations under the radar in defiance of international sanctions.
Venezuela’s biggest organized crime group involved in robbery, murder and drug trafficking has been recruiting children as soldiers to secure the gang-controlled territories, non-governmental organization claim.
A court in the United Kingdom found three men belonging to a known organized crime group from East London guilty of trying to conceal cannabis and cocaine in sweet potato boxes in two shipments from Jamaica, the U.K. National Crime Agency (NCA) said.
Australia sanctioned 39 Russians over their alleged links to corruption uncovered by Ukrainian-born Russian lawyer Sergei Magnitsky as well as those who appear to have been involved in his mistreatment and death in a Moscow prison in 2009.
A Vietnamese-cryptocurrency platform that hosts a popular online game announced last week that it is investigating a security breach in its network that resulted in more than US$600 million in crypto being stolen.
The European Union’s executive body called on member states to immediately revoke the so-called ‘golden passports' and ‘golden residence permits’ they may have granted to Russians and Belorussians who were recently sanctioned over the invasion of Ukraine.
A British court sentenced a high-ranking member of an organized crime group to 21 years in prison for orchestrating the importation of multi-million pound drug shipments, the UK’s National Crime Agency announced in a statement.