Authorities in London have frozen more than 1.9 million euros (US$2.05 million) held in bank accounts with alleged links to the Italian mafia.
An international human rights watchdog is demanding that Thailand cease military enforcement of its anti-narcotics laws following the torture of two drug dealers, one of whom later died of his injuries.
In a series of simultaneous actions in Southeast Asian ports and transit points, law enforcement and border patrols arrested 180 people and rescued 130 human trafficking victims through the month of March, Interpol reported on Wednesday.
Without giving any public explanation, Pakistan removed about 1,800 names from its terrorist watch list since the beginning of March, according to data collected by New York-based regulatory technology company Castellum.AI.
An oversight committee of the Israeli parliament suspended on Wednesday a decision that was allowing police to use cellphone data to track the movement of coronavirus infected people as part of the country’s efforts to enforce the lockdown.
The State of New York filed on Tuesday civil charges against an opioid manufacturer for fraudulently overrating the efficacy and downgrading the risks of its drugs, which the State claimed fuelled the opioid crisis.
Police in Indian-administrated Kashmir questioned on Tuesday a female photojournalist and accused her of sharing anti-national content on Facebook with the intent to induce the youth.
A group of lawmakers at the European Parliament urged the European Commission to cancel a contract awarded to a major US investment firm and the ombudsman to investigate a possible conflict of interest.
Britain’s High Court in London rejected on Monday the appeal of Indian businessman Vijay Mallya against a 2018 decision to extradite him to India where he is charged with fraud linked to his Kingfisher Airlines (KFA) which collapsed in 2012.