Colombia police said Friday they have arrested two men who had each ingested about $40,000 before trying to enter the country, in what may be a novel form of money laundering.
An important task is to create legislative barriers for the shadow economy and attempts to take budget funds into the shade: Nazarbayev.
Families of victims of the Colorado movie theater shooting voiced anger Tuesday over the distribution of funds intended for them, saying they had so far received only a tiny slice.
A New Zealand man who fled to China after a bank mistakenly deposited millions of dollars into his account was jailed for four years and seven months Friday.
An oil industry watchdog said Monday that Shell paid Nigeria's military and police $65 million over two years to secure company facilities, alleging the firm had bankrolled forces widely accused of rights abuses.
Kazakhstan will award its Olympic champions with $250,000, silver prize-winners with $150,000 and bronze prize-winners with $75,000.
Australian police have seized half a billion dollars' worth of crystal methamphetamine and heroin after smashing a Hong Kong-linked international drugs syndicate.
Poverty drove single teenage mother Kate Mzungu to seek out a rich older man, who buys her food and pays for her housing in exchange for the pleasures of her young company.
The turnover of Kazakhstan’s shadow economy has amounted not to even to dozens but to hundreds of millions of dollars in the last 5 years.
Kazakhstan's budget expenses per one Astana citizen are 2-3 times higher than for any other Kazakhstan citizens.
Japanese electronics giant Toshiba said Tuesday a jury has ordered it to pay $87 million in a price-fixing case on LCD displays, but that it ultimately may not end up paying damages.
Kazakhstan citizen Aleksey Li, arrested in the United States for money laundering, has been released.
Furious pensioners who lost savings through investments in ruined lender Bankia booed its managers Friday, branding them thieves, at the first shareholders' meeting since the bank's huge rescue.
Kazakhstan President Nursultan Nazarbayev has signed a law on countering money laundering and financing terrorism.
Kazakhstan President Nursultan Nazarbayev has threatened officials with a severe punishment for wasteful spending of state money.
The criminal case on the recent assault over the exchange bureau’s money collector was solved in Almaty.
A newly wed woman from Kazakhstan has won one million dirham ($ 272 thousand) in a lottery held by Dubai Bank in the United Arab Emirates.
Kazakhstan deputies have approved the draft law on countering money laundering and financing terrorism.
$100 thousand and 7.4 million tenge have been lifted from a money collector of an exchange bureau in Almaty.
Ex-chairman of BTA Bank Mukhtar Ablyazov was siphoning off the funds of Russian AMT Bank to the U.S. via Kazakhstan.
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