Australia’s parliament Tuesday established the country’s first national investigative body to tackle corruption after years ...
Investigative journalists on Wednesday filed suit against the Israel-based surveillance company NSO Group in a U.S. court for ...
The United Kingdom’s financial watchdog announced Wednesday that it has fined the U.K. subsidiary of the Swiss investment ...
The European Public Prosecutor’s Office (EPPO) said Tuesday that it has uncovered the largest ever value-added tax (VAT) ...
The water company for England’s second largest region was fined by the British government Thursday for a 2018 treatment plant failure that let roughly four million liters of sewage spill into a nearby ...
The Gulf of Guinea is safer than it used to be, with a steady decline in piracy incidents and armed robbery at sea reported ...
It’s going to be a green Christmas for the Spanish Civil Guard this year, as they enter the holiday season fresh off a ...
An attempt by supporters of Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro to claim voter fraud in the country’s recent election could ...
The Iraqi government said Sunday that it recovered some of the US$2.5 billion embezzled from its tax authority last month, in ...
Law enforcement agencies across Europe, in cooperation with their colleagues in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), said Monday ...
In the aftermath of a “disastrous” European court ruling, we explain why journalists — and the public — need access to ...
The U.K. Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) warned solicitors not to become engaged in abusive litigation aimed at ...