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This Week’s Highlights From OCCRP – 18 October 2017


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OCCRP Condemns the Murder of Maltese Reporter Daphne Caruana Galizia

The Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (OCCRP) strongly condemns the murder of Maltese investigative reporter and blogger Daphne Caruana Galizia.

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News Highlights

The Latest In Organized Crime & Corruption
France Probes Danske Bank in Relation to Magnitsky Case
French authorities launched an investigation against Danske Bank which is suspected of having taken part in the laundering of some of the US$ 230 million Russian treasury scam uncovered by Moscow-based lawyer Sergei Magnitsky.
Russia Advances in Fight With US Over Cybercrime Suspect
A Greek court showed support for Russia in a US-Russia legal tug-of-war over the alleged mastermind behind a $4 billion bitcoin money-laundering scheme.
Switzerland Opens Bribery Probe Against Football Bosses
The Office of the Attorney General of Switzerland announced it is investigating the former head of the Paris Saint-Germain football club, beIN media agency and a former FIFA top-level executive over allegations of corruption.
Portugal: Former Prime Minister Indicted for Corruption
Former Portuguese socialist prime minister, Jose Socrates, was indicted along with 18 individuals and nine companies in connection with an investigation into suspected tax fraud, corruption and money laundering.
The cocaine would leave the Dominican Republic hidden among the in-flight meals on passenger planes flying from the La Romana airport of Santo Domingo to the Milan Malpensa airport in Italy.
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