The United States Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) have announced a reward of US$ 3 million this Tuesday, Feb. 24, for information that would lead to the arrest of alleged cyber criminal Evgeniy Mikhailovich Bogachev.
Amnesty International’s report for 2014 has condemned the response of the international community to worsening human rights abuses across the globe.
The European Press Prize's annual European Awards for Journalism shortlist includes two OCCRP investigations.
Viktor Yanukovych, the disgraced former president of Ukraine, says he will return to Ukraine if the opportunity arises.
A Russian appeals court has released activist Alexei Navalny from house arrest, while upholding his suspended three-and-a-half-year prison sentence.
Companies linked to blacklisted Russian oligarchs are avoiding Western-imposed sanctions by exploiting loopholes,the Economist has revealed.
An unidentified hacking group has stolen as much as US$ 1 billion from 100 different banks in 30 nations since 2013, according to a Russian cyber-security firm’s report released Monday.
An annual survey of press freedom calls 2014 “the worst period in Ukraine’s history since independence,” while Azerbaijani reporters are warned to “shut up, flee abroad or be jailed on trumped-up charges.”
A proposed law to criminalize the possession of “unexplainable wealth” by officials has bogged down in Russia because a group that was supposed to vote on passing it on to Parliament failed to do so.
An Armenian Member of Parliament has been breeding and raising Siberian tigers as exotic pets.
Authorities are continuing to arrest alleged members of a criminal gang suspected of at least 40 murders across Russia.
Freedom House released its world freedom report on Jan. 28, declaring that civil liberties have seen a global decline for the ninth year in a row.
A recording released by the British newspaper the Telegraph purports to reveal close ties between Russian president Vladimir Putin and crime boss Semion Mogilevich, who is on the FBI’s Most Wanted list.
Ion Druta, a Moldovan national accused of selling weapons bound for the conflict in Ukraine, was sentenced to five years in prison for arms trafficking yesterday, Jan. 20.
The suspected leader of a Russia-based organized crime group that prosecutors say was involved with high-level contract killings has been arrested in Austria.
Russian opposition activist Alexei Navalny was brought in for questioning by the Russian Investigative Committee (TFR) in Moscow on Friday, Jan 16, during a raid on the offices of his non-profit.
Former Rosneft-Stavropol oil company director Aleksander Chernukhina was found dead from bullet wounds near his mother's home in the southwestern Russia city of Stavropol on the evening of Jan. 14.
Former Ukrainian president Viktor Yanukovych was placed on the International Criminal Police Organization's (Interpol) wanted persons list today, Jan. 12, following a request made by Ukrainian authorities in March 2014.
A Russian national who owns a US-based consultancy has been indicted for paying US$3.5 million in bribes to gain funding from the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (ERBD) for his Russian and UK clients.
Russian dissident and anti-corruption campaigner Alexey Navalny defied house arrest on Tuesday by leaving his home to buy milk.
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