The man who laundered millions for cyber criminals around the world has been sentenced to 11 years behind bars, the U.S. Department of Justice announced Wednesday.
A former European Commissioner for Health is set to face criminal charges over a 60 million euro (US$71.1 million) bribery scandal that dates back to 2012, the Times of Malta reported Monday.
Three more former National Football League (NFL) players have pleaded guilty to defrauding the league’s health care fund established for retired players, the U.S. Department of Justice reported on Tuesday.
Wildlife crime, from poaching to trafficking, remains a booming industry in East Africa. According to a recent report, it is a far more organized crime than previously imagined, and arrests need to be accompanied by financial investigations to truly dismantle the trade.
Federal prosecutors in the United States have accused the proprietor of a South Florida immigration agency as well as a group of five Cuban women and five Italian men with “marriage fraud” aimed at obtaining a U.S. resident visa unlawfully.
Spain’s National Police and tax authorities have seized 680 kilograms of hashish from a pleasure boat along the Costa del Sol, officials reported on Monday.
The motto for some European banks seems to be, “Do as we say, not as we do.”
Nearly 90 poor Moldovan women trafficked into “horrid conditions” as domestic workers in Italy have been rescued and the criminals arrested, thanks to police cooperation in Italy and Moldova.
The U.S. Department of the Treasury sanctioned four Iranian intelligence officials on Friday for allegedly plotting to kidnap an Iranian-American journalist and human rights activist living in New York City.