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Eurojust supports coordinated judicial action in Romania and the Republic of Moldova against border bribery

Supported by Eurojust, judicial and law enforcement authorities in Romania and the Republic of Moldova have taken coordinated action against border officials who allegedly demanded and accepted bribery to facilitate the illegal passage of vehicles transporting passengers or parcels.

Takedown of fraudulent cryptocurrency network

Eurojust and Europol, dismantled a cryptocurrency fraud network operating call centres from Bulgaria, Cyprus and Serbia.

Takedown of online investment fraud responsible for losses of EUR 15 million      

With the support of Eurojust, authorities in Italy and Albania have dismantled an online investment fraud involving the use of cryptocurrencies.

Eurojust supports crackdown on criminal network

Judicial and law enforcement authorities in Romania, with the support of several other countries, have dismantled an organised crime group (OCG) suspected of money laundering and CEO/BEC fraud. The volume of transactions is believed to exceed EUR 70 million.

Support to French and Belgian authorities’ action against large-scale drug trafficking

Eurojust and Europol assisted the French and Belgian authorities in a recent action day  against an organised crime group (OCG) suspected of large-scale drug trafficking, leading to seven arrests. The OCG is managed from Dubai, where two high-value targets had already been arrested.

44 arrested in Europe-wide crackdown against high-risk criminal network

An unprecedented international operation, involving judicial and law enforcement authorities from 11 countries, has resulted in the arrest of 44 individuals.

Action against criminal website that offered ‘spoofing’ services to fraudsters: 142 arrests

Judicial and law enforcement authorities in Europe, Australia, the United States, Ukraine and Canada have taken down a website that allowed fraudsters to impersonate trusted corporations or contacts to access sensitive information from victims, a type of cybercrime known as ‘spoofing’.

Eurojust assists in returning historic painting by Artemisia Gentileschi to Italy

A historic 17th century painting by the Italian baroque painter Artemisia Gentileschi has been returned to Italy, with the active support of Eurojust. Two suspects are being investigated for fraud and attempts to illegally sell the painting of the legend of Roman Charity in Austria.

Statement of the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court on NGO roundtable on crimes against children

From 14-15 Nov ICC Prosecutor Office will held a roundtable with national and international civil society organisations (CSOs) on crimes against and affecting children, at the seat of the International Criminal Court (ICC) in The Hague.

Eurojust enables hearing in judicial investigation of Qatar-based owner of Málaga football club

Eurojust has enabled the formal hearing of the Qatar-based owner of the professional football club Málaga CF and three of his sons, as part of a Spanish judicial investigation.

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