Fifteen million illegal publications and websites were confiscated and closed down, with another 28,000 illegal sites were shut down in China. The campaign against online pornography will continue through 2016.
South Africa’s First Lady Nompumelelo Ntuli-Zuma has denied involvement in any plot to poison her polygamy practicing husband, President Jacob Zuma.
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron has defended his Government's record on tackling tax evasion, after senior politicians and HM Revenue & Customs were accused of failing to act over claims that HSBC helped clients dodge payments totalling millions of pounds.
There's an influx of global cash fueling New York City’s high-end real estate boom anonymously through shell companies and the U.S. government has allowed the real estate industry to turn a blind eye to the source of money used to buy luxury properties.
The United States admitted today to a UN anti-torture watchdog it had "crossed the line" after the September 11 attacks but asserts that it has cleaned up its record.
Lloyds Banking Group has been fined £218m for “serious misconduct” over some key interest rates set in London. The group manipulated the London interbank offered rate (Libor) for yen and sterling and tried to rig the rate for yen, sterling and the US dollar, said the US legal order.
An Egyptian court overturned an earlier court ruling barring former members of ousted president Hosni Mubarak's National Democratic Party (NDP) from contesting presidential or parliamentary polls.
The Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General for Iraq Nikolai Mladenov said the money looted from Iraq Invasion between 2001 and 2010 exceeded 65 billion dollars, referring to the conclusion of the latest study made by the International Monetary Fund.
A former US Army soldier sentenced to life in prison for the 2006 rape and murder of a 14-year-old Iraqi girl and killing of her parents and sister, was found hanged in his prison cell.
Once a Rhodes Scholar, former US Rep Melvin Jay Reynolds (Democrat) has been arrested in Zimbabwe on suspicion of possessing pornography and an immigration offence.
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang has signed an enforcement regulation on the state secrecy law in an effort to boost government transparency.