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On Tuesday, May 7, the Proposal for a Directive on the confiscation of criminal assets has been discussed at the Civil Liberties Committee of the European Parliament. An outstanding step toward a real harmonisation of EU laws for the fight against organised crime.
Dell’Utri alleged to have blackmailed Berlusconi. Former PM paid for silence in court
FIFA have picked leading crimefighters from the United States and Germany to tackle corruption in football's world governing body, and gave them free rein to re-examine the ISL bribery case.
Two Germans were among 31 people arrested in a raid on the mafia in the southern Italian region of Calabria. Assets seized included a giant wind farm, the Italian police said.
UN launches campaign against illegal trade, which is worth more than six times the global aid budget and has high human cost
Italian police have seized assets worth 800 million euros ($960 million) including luxury hotels and restaurants from a Naples property developer accused of being a key player in the Camorra mafia.
Former FIFA president Joao Havelange and fellow Brazilian sports chief Ricardo Teixeira pocketed millions of dollars in bribes from a collapsed marketing company, documents released by a Swiss court Wednesday revealed.
The owner of Chelsea football club Roman Abramovich is set to play a crucial role in a bitter dispute between two oligarchs over the ownership of a stake in the world's largest aluminium company.
The whiff of corruption used to hang like a fog over French politics - but are things not supposed to have changed?
The 11,756 kg of hashish came from Morocco and was hidden in a storage unit in the village of Mirovyane near the capital Sofia, the interior ministry said.