Xinhua’s cryptic line: “Don’t talk casually, don’t do things casually, and people should not be casual”. Image from the Stand News. Used with permission. Earlier this month, the financial world…
Xinhua’s cryptic line: “Don’t talk casually, don’t do things casually, and people should not be casual”. Image from the Stand News. Used with permission. Earlier this month, the financial world…Read more Beijing’s misgivings with tech billionaire Jack Ma, as seen by Chinese social media
Protest in front of the Parliament in Sofia, Bulgaria on July 15, 2020. Photo by Veni Kojouharova, used with permission. The evenings in Sofia’s Independence Square have been noisier than…Read more After three months of anti-government protests in Bulgaria, what’s at stake?
Citizenship-for-purchase programmes, meant to boost ailing tourism economies, are proving to be problematic for some Caribbean countries. The COVID-19 pandemic has dealt the vulnerable, tourism-dependent economies of the Caribbean a…Read more Economic boon or diplomatic minefield?
Aviram Zilber is a well-known Israeli journalist who has conducted a series of high-profile investigations on the arms trade, gave interviews to specialized media. Aviram became famous for his investigations…Read more A well-known investigative journalist spoke about how he sees the role of NATO today
The website of the special department of interpol.nl, which investigates financial frauds, has been hacked. Hackers intercepted the site’s domain name management. Interpol has notified the search engines that are…Read more Hackers broke into Interpol’s special department website
The B.C. NDP government called the inquiry last May after three independent money-laundering reviews, including two by former deputy commissioner of the RCMP Peter German. Mr. German concluded that crime…Read more Russian Mafia in Canada. The New Ways of Money Laundering
It is no secret that the global fashion industry has multi-billion dollars in merchandise. Every year new brands appear to bite off their piece of the market. However, behind the…Read more World brands’ criminal money. Ukrainian trace
More than 500,000 euros of funds granted by the European Parliament to two pan-European political groups were misused by their members, the European Commission’s anti-fraud watchdog said on Wednesday. The…Read more Political groups misused EU funds for ‘unlawful gains’: EU fraud office
The Financial Organised Crime Agency that the government intends to establish will have the power to both investigate and prosecute, Finance Minister Edward Scicluna told Kevin Schembri Orland through an…Read more Financial Organised Crime Agency will be able to both investigate and prosecute
An Austrian court on Tuesday slapped jail terms on a father and son for supplying hundreds of illegal weapons to mafiosi from Italy’s feared Camorra. A court in Klagenfurt, Austria,…Read more Austrian father and son jailed for supplying guns to Italian mafia