The Big Wall in the Mediterranean Sea was built upon contracts that are hard to track. Overall, the outsourcing of border control has cost over one billion euro. And the results have been underwhelming
Albanian mafia manages to carve out a prominent place in the UK criminal landscape in the supply of cocaine to other crime syndicates in the country
As teams partner up with crypto companies, Floki Inu has emerged as one of the most active players. But its anonymous promoters, shadowy corporate structure and price crashes show the hidden risks of these deals
Former minister Marco Minniti chairs the foundation sponsored by Leonardo. It is at the centre of an informal diplomatic network that helps the company extend its relationships
The Elettronica group company, a subsidiary of Leonardo, sells intelligence and dual-use services. Similar surveillance systems are used by Abu Dhabi as weapons against opponents
A cybersecurity company, Cy4gate sells its products worldwide, including to dictatorships, while competing with companies involved in scandals related to repression of opponents and journalists
Former Nigerian Attorney General in June 2011 telephoned JP Morgan to arrange transfer of OPL 245 funds from FGN account even though he was no longer a Minister, the Milan court records reveal
How the highly-connected Giuseppe Romeo moved drugs through corruption-plagued ports to Antwerp, Rotterdam, and beyond.
With logistical support from a scion nicknamed “Little Kiss,” the Giorgi-Boviciani clan of the ‘Ndrangheta crime group used northwestern Europe as a cocaine and tax-evasion haven
Eight survivors of a deadly Mediterranean shipwreck – among them 4 Libyan football players – were wrongly convicted for murder. This is how the investigation and trial unfolded
The European Recovery Plan will guide the continent’s new energy and industrial strategies. A battle in which the big gas and energy companies won’t give up trying to chart the course
Luxembourg’s company registry turns up firms controlled by people with ties to the ’Ndrangheta. Italian authorities say the country’s secrecy makes it a major draw for the powerful organized crime group
Passports purchased for investments made in the country from which citizenship is acquired. The European Commission against this practice: equity and fiscal justice at risk
A recent Italian police investigation, code-named Operation Halcon, has provided the most in-depth look yet into how Mexico’s leading drug traffickers, the Sinaloa Cartel, do business in Europe
The United Kingdom and its overseas territories promise to close the doors to launderers: the process for the reform of the Company House is under way, but will it be the right time?
In the anti-mafia papers of the last ten years, treasurers and professionals linked to the Carroccio have often peeped out: between money-laundering events and changes in companies
The Agius brothers, known as tal-Maksar, have ties to organised crime groups with interests in several smuggling activities, police intelligence shows
Three years after the assassination of Daphne Caruana Galizia, several clues point to the powerful businessman Yorgen Fenech as alleged mastermind. He denies involvement, but several revelations suggest otherwise.
Online casinos accused of mafia money laundering needed a way to move millions of euros under the radar. Fast and “hard to trace”, e-wallets proved to be the perfect solution, Italian investigators say
As the smoke clears around the Wirecard house of cards, the German fintech “crown jewel” in betting, online trading and porn is found to be backed by shadowy partners, also in Italy