The United States sanctioned Friday Iranian drone manufacturers who have provided Russia with their unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), which Washington says poses a grave threat to the people of Ukraine.
The United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights urged Belarus on Friday to immediately release human rights activist and Nobel Peace Prize 2022 winner Ales Bialiatski from prison and drop all the charges against him.
The crypto exchange platform Coinbase agreed Wednesday to pay US$100 million to settle charges levied by the New York State Department of Financial Services (DFS) after it was found to have violated anti-money-laundering laws and not be up to code in managing its security protocols.
The European Commission has banned the import of seafood from Cameroon to the European Union, punishing the country for its lack of action against illegal fishing. The ban will stay in effect until Cameroon complies with the EU’s Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated (IUU) fishing regulation.
Spanish authorities have dismantled a criminal network that was using forged papers to ship hazardous electronic waste from the Canary Islands to West Africa - an area that has in recent years been increasingly abused as a dumpsite for toxic materials from Europe.
While trying to recapture him, Mexican police killed early Thursday morning the leader of a criminal group only days after he and other inmates escaped from prison when members of his gang stormed the facility on January 1, leaving 17 people dead.
President of the European Parliament Roberta Metsola launched Tuesday an urgent procedure that would see the immunity of two members waived in light of the recent corruption scandal involving Qatar and Morocco.
A United States court sentenced a former Colorado funeral home owner and her mother for secretly selling parts or full corpses of hundreds of dead people to body brokers while assuring the families of the deceased that their loved ones were cremated.
French police arrested former Ukraine lawmaker and businessman Kostyantin Zhevago at the request of the Ukrainian State Bureau of Investigation (SBI) which has accused the “oligarch” of siphoning US$113 million from the bankrupt lender Finance & Credit Bank and transferring the money to his foreign bank account.