A journalist who was fired from her position as an editor at Time magazine is now suing the publication claiming she was discriminated against because of her gender and age.
A bid by the Russian Federation to extradite the former son-in-law of an outspoken critic of Vladimir Putin has failed.
Rebecca Jane, 32, has snared hundreds of unfaithful partners after launching her business in Manchester back in 2009 – using techniques straight out of a spy thriller.
Major profits from large-scale illegal activities have to be laundered to enter the so-called clean economy.
“Despite promises to crack down on antisemitic crime, the number of antisemitic crimes charged in 2016 decreased drastically,” the British Campaign Against Antisemitism said on Saturday, with the release of its annual National Antisemitic Crime Audit.
A British man who is wanted for murder in the US, has lost his 14-year-long legal battle against extradition.
Police detained 33 people in Spain, Italy and Germany on Wednesday as part of a Europe-wide operation against suspected members of Italy’s Camorra crime group, law enforcement officials said.
“Eight minutes would be too long, we cannot afford eight minutes” Chief Inspector Micky Rosenfeld shook his head. “Too many could be killed and injured in that time, I am afraid, we need to move and counter attacks here much faster.”
An 18-year-old student in northwestern England has been charged in a series of cyberattacks on the websites of nearly a dozen multinational firms.
The National Crime Agency has said it is increasingly concerned about violent Albanian criminal gangs, which have considerable control over the illegal cocaine market.