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Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project – 9 August 2017


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Journalist Ali Feruz

OCCRP Supports Novaya Gazeta Reporter’s Appeal to Remain in Russia, Condemns Any Abuse While Detained

The Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (OCCRP) expresses deep concern over the possible deportation of Novaya Gazeta reporter Khudoberdi Nurmatov, better known by his pen name Ali Feruz, to Uzbekistan. OCCRP also condemns any abuse against Feruz while he is detained.

Last week, the Moscow City Court ruled for the reporter’s deportation saying he had violated “the rules of entry or stay in the Russian Federation.” Feruz could face torture or even possible death in Uzbekistan.

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News Highlights

The Latest In Organized Crime & Corruption
China Convicts Debt Collecting ‘Granny Gang’ for Terrorizing Victims
A Chinese court sent 14 elderly women behind bars for terrorizing people into paying debts by spitting, insulting, stripping or grabbing their victims by the genitals, media reported.
Spain: Russian Kemerovskaya Gang Leader Arrested in Joint Spanish-Estonian Operation
The leader of an Estonia-based Russian organized criminal group that has been trafficking illegal drugs since the 1990s has been arrested in Mijas, Spain, the Spanish National Police announced.
US Charges Sinaloa Cartel Bosses, Son and Father, with Drug Smuggling
A Sinaloa cartel boss was arraigned in federal court on a drug smuggling indictment after he self-surrendered at the end of July at the border to Mexico.
Russian Laundromat Investigation Targets Royal Bank of Scotland
The Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) disclosed that it is under investigation by the UK’s Financial Conduct Authority for suspicions of money laundering “in relation to certain customers.”
Pakistan’s New Prime Minister Faces Corruption Charges
The newly elected Pakistan Prime Minister who replaced Nawaz Sharif after he was ousted over corruption accusations is facing such accusations himself, media reported.
Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu is Suspect in Fraud Investigation

Israeli police have accused Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of bribery, fraud and breach of trust in two separate investigations, the Guardian reported.

Australia’s Biggest Mortgage Lender Accused of Money Laundering Breaches
Australian authorities accused mortgage lender Commonwealth Bank of Australia of failing to properly report A$ 77 million (US$ 61 million) worth of suspicious transactions, the Guardian wrote.
South Korea: Samsung Heir Denies Involvement in Bribery Scandal
Lee Jae-yong, the de facto head of Samsung, denied during his trial allegations that he bribed South Korea’s impeached ex-President Park Gue-hye to keep control of his business empire.
The Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (OCCRP) is a joint program of a number of regional investigative centers and independent media from Eastern Europe to Central Asia and beyond. We constantly strive to help the people of the regions we work in to better understand how organized crime and corruption affect their lives.

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