In a week filled with jubilant football news, star player Lionel Messi has come under fire from football bosses for questioning the integrity of the Copa America tournament on Saturday, according to ESPN.
A Federal Grand Jury in New York is investigating Elliott Broidy, a Republican fundraiser and vice chair of Trump’s inaugural committee, over his business deals with other countries, AP reported on Monday.
Brazilian police arrested on Monday two Italian mafiosi who are considered by European and American anti-drug authorities to be the world’s main cocaine brokers.
Former head of one of China’s largest shipbuilding companies, a man who led the project to build the country’s first aircraft carriers, ended up behind bars for taking bribes that had caused “extremely heavy losses” to state interests, Xinhua reported last week.
Men in China and Pakistan are trafficking women intended to become brides from across the region in a vicious circle of exploitation, a report from the European Foundation for South Asain Studies published on Friday explained.
A New Jersey federal court sentenced on Wednesday the last three of 12 defendants accused of participating in a dog fighting network that spanned several states, according to a Department of Justice press release.
Montenegro should scrap draft legislation that would allow the government to hide information about public spending, as such a law would open the door for corruption and undermine the country’s EU membership negotiations, activists say.
Brazilian police arrested 45 people on Thursday in connection to a militia whose activities include extorting employees of a state-run oil company and creating a secret graveyard for their victims.
The former governor of Rio de Janeiro, Sergio Cabral, pled guilty on Thursday to spending US$2 million on bribes to secure the 2016 Summer Olympic Games for his city.
In a Thursday press release, British Prime Minister Theresa May took it upon herself to call on other European countries to help the Western Balkans confront problems of weak governance and organized crime.