A former teacher whose Russian ex-husband refused to return their two sons after they went for a visit to Russia has suffered a setback in her landmark legal fight to win them back.
50-year-old former Interpol target number one had agents, fixers and alliances across drug-dealing world to become one of the key figures in the global trade
Matches said to have been fixed include Champions League ties and World Cup qualifying games
US officials said 19 of its embassies in the Middle East would remain shut until Saturday
Associate of Dan Tan hands himself in, while man himself is 'helping police with their inquiries'
Kevin McGeever was known to Interpol, the FBI and police forces
Moscow police say they have arrested the man they believe was behind a mafia-style hit on a Russian businessman in London last year.
Champions League game in England is one of 700 fixtures that Europol say are under suspicion
The organisers of the London Olympics will host daily meetings with police, gambling experts and other agencies throughout the Games, in an attempt to combat spot fixing.
Extradition goes ahead for newspaper columnist accused of blasphemy against the Prophet
A senior figure in the regime of Egyptian leader Hosni Mubarak and a key International Monetary Fund adviser, Youssef Boutros-Ghali had grown used to being welcomed in some of Britain's most respected think-tanks and academic institutions, dispensing his views on economic and political reform to an array of opinion formers.
Mastermind arrested by chance as criminals look to cash in before window of opportunity is shut tight
FIFA presidential candidate Mohamed Bin Hammam criticised Sepp Blatter today for donating $20 million to Interpol to help combat match-fixing, claiming the idea was never approved by FIFA's executive committee.
David Howman, the head of the World Anti-Doping Agency, claimed yesterday that the "criminal underworld" is a growing threat to sporting integrity.
What, indeed, was expected of this London quartet, you might wonder, such has been the hype and counter-hype expended on them in recent months?
A celebrated wooden cross, which miraculously survived a raging inferno during the Battle of Waterloo in 1815, has been stolen from the battlefield. Fears were expressed yesterday that the 400-year-old cross, about 6ft high and 6ft wide, might have been stolen for a wealthy collector obsessed by Waterloo or Napoleon.