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For years, American officials have struggled to curb Afghanistan’s opium industry, rewriting strategy every few seasons and pouring in more than $6 billion over the past decade to combat the poppies that help finance the insurgency and fuel corruption.
The U.S. government entered the battle against Japanese organized crime, announcing a freeze on American-owned assets controlled by the largest yakuza syndicate, Yamaguchi-gumi, and the group's top two leaders.
The New Zealand government has unveiled the details of its new anti-cartel regime, including plans to jail offenders for up to seven years for breaches of the proposed competition legislation
The National Immigration Agency (NIA) announced Tuesday that it has smashed a cross-border human trafficking ring, the largest in Asia, after over a year of cooperation with their counterparts in Hong Kong, Thailand, Britain and the United States.
Some 80 tonnes of counterfeit designer goods bearing names such as Louis Vuitton, Burberry, Chanel and Gucci have been destroyed in an effort to show Thailand's commitment to observing intellectual property rights
Appeals court decides to offer suspected arms dealer to U.S.
A Malaysian will be extradited by Thai police to the United States where he is wanted in connection with credit card fraud amounting to US$150 million (RM505 million)