Europol last week supported police in a number of countries as they launched a coordinated crackdown on cyber criminals using Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) tools. The operation, which resulted... read more →
The United Nations’ International Anti-Corruption Day took place on Friday, focussing this year on corruption as one of the most significant barriers to achieving the organisation’s sustainable development goals (SDGs).... read more →
More than 1,000 athletes participating in 30 sports benefitted from Russia’s state-sponsored doping programme, an independent investigation has revealed. In a report funded by the by the World Anti-Doping Agency... read more →
A court in Dublin has ordered the Irish government to release €100 million belonging to Russian oligarch Mikhail Khodorkovsky. In a move that ruffled feathers in Moscow, Judge Timothy Lucey... read more →
Europol will investigate what is thought to be the largest mass migrant drowning in the Mediterranean this year after a joint investigation by BBC’s Newsnight and the Reuters news agency... read more →
Plans to reform athletics after repeated corruption and doping scandals have been backed by the IAAF, the sport’s embattled governing body. The proposals, put forward by IAAF President Lord Coe,... read more →
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