Thailand's Central Investigation Police (CIB) seized approximately 1,000 art artifacts and antiques on Tuesday and detained three people accused of illicit excavation and trading in antiquities.
Recent headlines about the multinational conglomerate 3M violating the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) through its bribery of Chinese government officials reveal a "very common practice" against proper compliance protocols in the business world, according to an international anti-corruption expert interviewed by OCCRP.
Spanish police stated they had dismantled a branch of the infamous criminal organization of Georgian roots, which was largely based in Madrid but moved around the nation, carrying out burglaries of vacant residences.
Mozambique President Filipe Nyusi cannot be sued in the United Kingdom for bribery as part of his country's lawsuit against Credit Suisse and others in the US$2 billion "tuna bond" case, a London court ruled on Monday.
Cuban authorities have discovered human trafficking activities aimed at recruiting Cubans as mercenaries to fight for Russia in Ukraine, according to a statement by the country's Foreign Ministry (MinRex) on Monday.
Ukraine's authorities arrested Ihor Kolomoisky, one of the country's most powerful oligarchs, on Saturday, accusing him of fraud and money laundering in his oil and gas businesses.
After a 13-years-long investigation, two oil executives eventually went Tuesday on trial in Stockholm, Sweden, for abetting grave war crimes committed more than 20 years ago when a consortium led by their company searched for oil in South Sudan.
Human Rights Watch called on the United Nations on Thursday to hold the Chinese Government accountable for crimes against humanity committed against Uyghurs and other Turkic Muslim ethnic groups.
An international police operation led by Serbia seized 2.7 tonnes of cocaine aboard a vessel in the Atlantic Ocean and arrested six suspected members of a Balkan cartel believed to have organized several large shipments of the drug from Latin America to the European Union, Europol reported on Friday.
The British Government said on Wednesday it will force offenders to either face their victims or their families in court or spend two extra years in prison.