A man suspected of being involved in a violent incident in a Berlin shisha bar last year, which also involved Christmas market truck attacker Anis Amri, has been detained by police in the German capital.
Police in India's northern state of Uttar Pradesh have begun deploying "anti-Romeo squads" who conduct surprise checks in public areas to curb sexual harassment and taunting of women, officials said Wednesday.
A Thai government allegation of an assassination plot against the prime minister mushroomed into a potentially bigger scandal Monday as accusations flew that the plot was a government fabrication backed up by little evidence.
German prosecutors launched raids Wednesday on offices and homes linked to luxury carmaker Audi, as well as the headquarters of its parent company Volkswagen, amid suspicion of fraud related to the emissions scandal that has engulfed the VW group.
An Australian wellness blogger, Belle Gibson, who lied about beating her brain cancer using natural remedies and nutrition was engaged in misleading or deceptive conduct, a federal court judge has found.
The European Union Naval Force has sent a maritime patrol aircraft to the coast of Somalia to investigate reports that Somali pirates have seized a commercial vessel, a spokeswoman for the force said Tuesday.
Some 5,000 organized crime groups are active in Europe, with more than one-third of the rings involved in illicit drug trade, the EU law enforcement agency Europol said in a large-scale report Thursday.
British customs authorities on Wednesday rejected demands from the EU's anti-fraud office that Britain repay 1.987 billion euros (2.1 billion dollars) in lost customs duties for Chinese textile and footwear imports.
A man claiming to be the son of the recently murdered half-brother of North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un appeared in a YouTube video that went online Wednesday, saying that he hopes the situation "gets better soon."
Police have charged a 50-year-old man over online racism and threats against Gina Miller, who led a successful legal fight to force the Conservative government to consult parliament before triggering Brexit negotiations.
A victim of clergy sexual abuse has resigned from the commission Pope Francis established to advise him on the issue, citing frustration with the lack of cooperation from the Holy See, the Vatican said Wednesday.
A string of cyberattacks against Austrian institutions has been linked to a Turkish suspect operating out of the US state of Kentucky, an Austrian newspaper reported Tuesday, citing an investigation by the army's intelligence agency.
Ukrainian lawmaker Oleksiy Honcharenko told reporters Thursday that his reported abduction in the Odessa region was fake, part of a sting operation to expose an organized crime group, state media reported.
A 29-year-old British citizen suspected of involvement in a cyberattack that left nearly 1 million Deutsche Telekom customers without services last year has been arrested, German federal police said on Thursday.
The chief of staff of Marine Le Pen, the far-right candidate for president in upcoming French elections, was indicted Wednesday over allegations of irregular reimbursements from the European Parliament, a judicial source told dpa.
Victims of crime in Croatia still cannot exercise the rights exercised by victims of crime in other EU member-countries, and the biggest problem is that the national legislation still does not incorporate the EU directive on the protection of victims of crime, heard a conference held in Zagreb on Wednesday on the occasion of the European Day for Victims of Crime.
Seven Buddhist monks began a hunger strike on Wednesday to protest against Thai authorities' continued occupation of their temple complex, as a high-profile search for a former abbot hit the one-week mark with no sign of the target.
Police said Monday they had busted a criminal ring that sold fake work papers to thousands of immigrants, allowing them to obtain Italian residency permits and access to the rest of the European Union.
Several monks were injured early Monday in clashes with Thai police at a Buddhist temple where thousands of officers have been searching for a former abbot wanted on money laundering and land encroachment charges.
Two Pakistani men were sentenced to death by a Singapore court Friday for murdering and dismembering a fellow compatriot and disposing the body parts in a Muslim cemetery near the city's popular Mustafa Centre shopping mall, local media reported.
Police said Thursday they have arrested 68 suspected members of an international drug trafficking ring made up of mobsters and businessmen that was about to smuggle eight tons of cocaine from Colombia to Italy.
Australia's Catholic Church has paid 276 million Australian dollars (212 million US dollars) in compensation to thousands of people who were victims of sexual abuse by priests and other members of the church, an inquest was told on Thursday.
Tanzania on Monday declared a “war” on drug trafficking, announcing the upcoming questioning of dozens of officials and others in the East African country regarded as a significant international hub for the trade.
A power struggle roiling the Sinaloa drugs cartel since the arrest of its leader Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman has left 140 people dead in 2017, daily La Jornada reported Friday, citing Mexican government sources.