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Over 100 arrested in Spain and Italy in major money-laundering sting
More than 100 people have been arrested in Spain and Italy following a joint investigation into money laundering.
The sting targeted an Italian mafia gang on the Spanish island of Tenerife, who are accused of laundering more than €10 million.
The group is alleged to have made its money through a number of online scams in several European countries.
The police operation — supported by Europol — led to the arrests of 106 people, authorities said on Monday.
Ex-senator arrested over Haitian president’s killing
Jamaican police say John Joel Joseph, a suspect in the murder of Haiti President Jovenel Moise, has been arrested.
Here’s how to repay developing nations for colonialism – and fight the climate crisis
The IMF allots voting rights and emergency funds according to an outdated and unfair quota system established in 1944, before most colonies were free. Let’s change it
‘They want to make an example’: Cuba protesters hit with severe sentences
Six months after demonstrations, courts have quietly started imposing harsh sentences such as sedition
Suit Says Google, Facebook Bosses Made Illegal Deal To Dominate Ad Market
"Google CEO Sundar Pichai also personally signed off on the terms of the deal," the anti-trust lawsuit said regarding an allegedly illegal 2018 deal by top bosses of Google and ...
Thieves Raid Amazon, FedEx Train Cargo, Leave Empty Packets On Tracks
The thieves wait until the long freight trains in Los Angeles are immobilized, then they climb onto the cars, break the locks with bolt cutters, and help themselves to the parce...
Majority of Polish medical panel quits in protest at government inaction on COVID
Departing members of Medical Council issue scathing statement accusing the government of pandering to COVID deniers and vaccine skeptics.
Czech regulators tread softly on crypto oversight
A buzzy crypto startup is raising questions on whether it can back up the hype.
El Salvador denies responsibility for hacking journalists after report finds Pegasus spyware on their phones
El Salvador's government has denied responsibility for hacking the cell phones of at least 35 journalists and other members of civil society by using the spying program known as...
Rare condition listed as possible side effect of Covid-19 shots
The EU’s drug watchdog is warning of a ‘very rare’ spinal cord inflammation possibly related to the AstraZeneca and J&J vaccines
Why are people quitting their jobs in record numbers?
Millions of mainly young people around the world are rethinking the way they work and live.
YouTuber in Joe Rogan feud deletes interviews with Jordan Peterson
The podcaster made headlines recently for a one-sided feud with Joe Rogan on Covid-19
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