US Court Sends Riviera Maya Gang Member and Wife Behind Bars

A court in California sentenced a member of the notorious Riviera Maya Gang that skimmed ATM machines, cloned people’s credit cards and withdrew millions from them to more than seven years in prison and his wife to more than four, court officials confirmed to OCCRP on Thursday.

Lawyers Urge ICC to Probe Turkey for Crimes Against Humanity

European rights lawyers have called on the International Criminal Court (ICC) in The Hague to open an investigation into the Turkish government’s alleged crimes against humanity, including torture and persecution, committed both on Turkish ground and abroad.

Pakistan Bans ex PM Imran Khan’s Speeches

Pakistan’s media regulating body banned the airing of speeches and press conferences by former Prime Minister Imran Khan, claiming he is targeting state institutions and encouraging hatred. The move is being heavily criticized by human rights and freedom of speech advocates.