One prisoner died and a second was wounded Monday as gang warfare erupted in gunfire inside the Guayaquil City prison, officials said.
On Halloween night, Swiss publishing company Ringier Sports Media Group (RSMG) abruptly shut down the print edition of Gazeta Sporturilor, a 99-year-old Romanian sports newspaper. There was no public statement; employees were stunned.
Brazilian authorities dismantled a criminal organization responsible for defrauding the country's social security system of at least US$14 million, the Federal Police said Tuesday.
Bank accounts in more than 20 European countries have been frozen as part of a multi-country investigation targeting online investment schemes in EU member states, Georgia and Ukraine, Eurojust said Tuesday.
Great Britain on Wednesday sought to choke off money and materiel keeping Russia’s war against Ukraine going, sanctioning 29 individuals and entities across Russia’s gold and oil sectors as well as those providing banned electronic components.
Singapore, Australia, Canada, New Zealand, South Africa, Britain and the United States have agreed to work together to combat wildlife trafficking, one of the world's largest and most profitable criminal activities.
Puerto Rican authorities arrested 380 suspected members of various organized crime groups during the largest operation of this kind in the recent history of the U.S. territory.
More than a ton of oysters, clams, and Pacific geoducks (a very large saltwater clam) were seized in Argentina’s coastal province of Rio Negro, authorities reported Saturday.
Lebanon’s pioneering investigative journalist Riad Kobaissi, who collaborated with OCCRP on several recent top-level probes into corruption and miscarriage of justice, has won 2023’s Knight International Journalism Award.
Cyprus’s Supreme Court overturned a decision to extradite mining magnate Beny Steinmetz to Romania on Friday, ruling that he faced a risk of inhumane treatment if sent to jail there to serve a five-year sentence in a corruption case.