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Head of the Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) has revealed that there was a high rate of illegal transfer of money within and out of Sierra Leone, a development he referred to as unfortunate in the fight against crime and other corruption related offences
Although Guinea-Bissau has become more stable and made economic reforms, the UN Security Council is still concerned at persisting transnational organized crimes which threaten peace and security, said Nelson Messone, the council's president for the month of June
The arrest of a Czech millionaire, alleged boss of a sprawling criminal network in South Africa, has thrown a spotlight on the dark side of Africa's biggest economy where, it seems, the law has its price
Britain’s recycling industry is being exploited by criminal gangs that have illegally shipped large quantities of toxic material to developing countries, prosecutors will claim at a series of court cases in the pipeline
Global mafias are using corrupt nations in west Africa to run their syndicates and the area is now a ''hole in the wall'' in the international fight against organised crime, says the former head of Britain's top police unit
The judiciary police squad brought, on Friday, before the King's attorney general to the Rabat Appeal Court thirty-four individuals, including four foreign nationals, members of the international network for cocaine and chira trafficking which was smashed recently by the police.
Two Sussex men and one from Surrey face extradition to Spain after a boat with £8m of cannabis destined for the UK was stopped between Morocco and Spain
Netcare to appear in court in South Africa in November accused of running kidney transplant scam at its hospitals
A vast police operation coordinated by Interpol in East Africa has led to the seizure of 10 tonnes of counterfeit medical products and more than 80 arrests, Interpol said Thursday
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