The dais of Albania’s Supreme Court hall is piled high with cardboard boxes and the clock on the wall has stopped. “This courtroom has become a storage room,” laments Ardian Dvorani, one of its judges.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India detected at least 22 violations of auditing standards by Deloitte Haskins & Sells and a KPMG affiliate while investigating a fraud at a financial company, leading it to seek
In the course of arguing for why he might accept foreign assistance in the 2020 election on Wednesday, President Trump dismissed the idea of calling the FBI about such things. “I’ll tell you what: I’ve
Crime is rising in Mexico City, and gun rentals as cheap as $25 are making life easier for criminals
Criminals in Mexico City are increasingly able to rent weapons, use them to commit crimes and then return them, confounding Mexican authorities who have often relied on gun tracing as part of their crime-fighting
As day broke over Guatemala’s national palace on 3 September 2015, Gabriel Wer celebrated what promised to be a new dawn for Guatemala. The president, the former civil war general Otto Pérez Molina, had
TIRANA (Reuters) - Albanian police said on Wednesday they had broken up a criminal gang trafficking Syrian, Turkish and Iraqi migrants to western Europe from Greece and had arrested eight people including