Ex-French leader faces 3-year jail time for corruption
Former French president Nicolas Sarkozy is set to face three years in prison after being found guilty of corruption.
Sarkozy, 66, who was French leader between 2007 and 2012, was found guilty of attempting to acquire illegal information from a senior magistrate back in 2014 when an active probe into his finances was being conducted,...
March 14, 2021
German, Belgian police nab 'billions of euros' of cocaine
German and Belgian authorities have joined forces in blocking the entry of worth billions of euros of cocaine into Europe.
According to a report by Wanted in Europe, the joint operation was believed to be the largest cocaine smuggling so far, having seized combined 23 metric tons of cocaine.
The operation came after receiving a tip...
February 26, 2021
France arrests 15 immigrants over theft
French authorities on Tuesday arrested 15 immigrants said to be experts in a range of theft cases in two European countries.
According to Russian News Agency TASS, the criminals—13 men and two women—were involved in a series of theft cases on jewellery, cigarette smuggling and carnapping.
Five of the suspects were of Russian origin, while others...
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