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Panama Investigates Suspicious Release and Murder of Alleged U.S. Drug Trafficker Panama legislator Leo Gonzalez, chairman of the Legislative Assembly, is investigating the case of alleged U.S. drug trafficker Joseph Williams, who died in 1990 of poisoning after his release on... 8 10 1992-12-01 Panama Arrest, Drugs & Trafficking, Murder, Organized Crime, Prosecution
Barbados Initiates Vigorous Prosecution of Non-Filers During the last year, the Barbados Government has initiated a vigorous prosecution of non-filers before the Law Court arising out of failure to file 1988 and 1989 Income Tax Returns.  7 10 1991-10-01 Barbados Financial Enforcement, Financial Supervision, Prosecution, Tax Enforcement, Taxation
United Kingdom and Germany Notify Ratifications of European Extradition Convention The United Kingdom and Germany have now given notification of their ratification of the European Convention on Extradition and the Second Additional Protocal to the European Convention on Extradition... 7 3 1991-03-01 Germany, United Kingdom Adjective Enforcement, Extradition
Trinidad and Tobago Steps Up War on Drugs In the wake of the 1988 United Nations Convention Against Illicit Traffic in Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Drugs, the government of Trinidad and Tobago has stepped up efforts to combat the thriving... 9 2 1993-02-01 Trinidad & Tobago Corruption, Drug Enforcement, Drugs & Trafficking, Law Enforcement, Legislation, Organized Crime, United Nations
Russia Withdraws Its Signature from the Statute of the International Criminal Court On November 16, 2016, Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered his Foreign Ministry to inform the Secretary-General of the United Nations that Russia no longer intended to participate in the Rome... 2016-11-18 Philippines, Russia, Ukraine Human Rights, International Courts, International Criminal Court, International Organizations, War Crimes
Conferences and Related Activities This article gives details on an upcoming conference on international and white collar crime that will be happening in September 1992…[more] 8 7 1992-07-01 World Conferences
Criminal Magisterial Bench Book to Provide Guidance for Magistrates  The Criminal Magisterial Bench Book, the first of its kind in the region, is an initiative of the Judicial Reform and Institutional Strengthening (JURIST) Project. The Bench Book project, which... 2018-07-06 International Courts
Institute of Chartered Accountants Appoints A Committee on Inquiry to Examine Members Conduct in BCCI The Executive Committee of the Joint Disciplinary Scheme, at the request of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales, has appointed a Committee of Inquiry to examine the conduct... 8 9 1992-09-01 United Kingdom Banking Supervision, Financial Crimes, Investigation, Prosecution
Canada’s Extradition Act Amendments Take Effect On November 2, 1992, the Honorable Kim Campbell, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada and Member for Vancouver Center, announced that the amendments to the Extradition Act, passed by... 8 11 1992-11-01 Canada Extradition, Legislation
Turkish Government Seizes Bulgarian Arms On October 23, the Turkish authorities in the Bosporus seized 2,000 crates of weapons and four tons of chemicals on board the Cape Maleas, a Greek Cypriot ship. The ship was traveling from the... 7 11 1991-11-01 Bulgaria, Turkey Arms Trafficking, Drugs & Trafficking
Aruba Minister of Finance Conditions Tax Information Exchange Agreements on Existence of Income Tax Treaties On October 7, Mr. Roland H. Lacle, Minister of Finance for the Aruba Government, in the opening address of the First Caribbean Tax Conference in Aruba, stated in remarks directed specifically at the... 8 10 1992-12-01 Aruba, United States International Cooperation, Taxation, Treaties
German Tax and Immigration Authorities Increase Enforcement Cooperation   In what is becoming an increasing phenomenon throughout the world, governments are realizing that effective cooperation between tax and immigration authorities can both raise revenue and... 7 10 1991-10-01 Germany Immigration, Jurisdiction, Taxation
GAO Identifies Need to Strengthen Enforcement of International Environmental Agreements On January 27, 1992, the General Accounting Office joined an ever-increasing chorus of voices underscoring the absence of adequate enforcement of international environmental agreements when it... 8 4 1992-04-01 United States Environment, Trade Crimes, Treaties
Senate Ratifies Basel Convention on the Control of Transboundary Movements of Hazardous Wastes On August 11, 1992, the United States Senate ratified the Basel Convention on the Control of Transboundary Movements of Hazardous Wastes and Their Disposal. The Convention has the purpose of... 8 8 1992-08-01 United States Environment, Export Enforcement, Legislation
Jersey Moves Forward with Regulation of its International Financial Sector Jersey is preparing to regulate its international financial sector and particularly trust company administration, investment business and insurance services. It has published a consultative paper... 8 9 1992-09-01 Jersey Banking Supervision, Regulation
Books 1. Law of War J.J. Busuttil, Naval Weapns Systems and the Contemporary Law of War.(Clarendon Press; Oxford Univ. Press)(1998)...[more] 15 8 1999-08-01 World Bibliography
U.S. Requests Extradition of Colombians Arrested in Operation Green Ice U.S. authorities have initiated actions leading to extradition to the United States of four Colombians arrested in Costa Rica on September 24, 1992. The Colombians supposedly are linked to the... 8 11 1992-11-01 Colombia, Costa Rica, United States Arrest, Drugs & Trafficking, Extradition, Freezing of Assets, Money Laundering, Organized Crime
Canadian Bill to Streamline Extradition Process Tabled On September 17, 1991, the Honorable Kim Campbell, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, tabled a bill in the House of Commons that will considerably reduce the delays in extradition... 7 10 1991-10-01 Canada Extradition
Twelve Countries Sign European Laundering Convention On November 8, 1990, twelve governments signed the Council of Europe Convention on Laundering, Search, Seizure and Confiscation on the first day that it became open for signature. 6 11 1990-11-01 Europe Money Laundering
Indian Supreme Court Gives Deadline to Carbide to Respond to Allegations On April 17, 1992, the Indian Supreme Court kept the pressure on Union Carbide Corp.’s Indian subsidiary to respond to allegations by former employees that the Bhopal-based chemical plant, scene of... 8 4 1992-04-01 India Extradition, Human Rights