German Gorbuntsov after recovering in hospital

Moscow arrest linked to Canary Wharf mafia-style hit on Russian banker German Gorbuntsov

Moscow police say they have arrested the man they believe was behind a mafia-style hit on a Russian businessman in London last year.

Football left in crisis by police report that says match-fixing is rife

Champions League game in England is one of 700 fixtures that Europol say are under suspicion

Jersey tells Brazil politician's firms to repay fraud cash

A fraud case considered vital as part of Brazil's drive to clear up corruption ahead of hosting the 2014 World Cup and the Olympics two years later has been resolved in Jersey.

Aston Villa fans

Aston Villa announce appointment of Simone Farina as community coach

Simone Farina, who played a key role in helping to stop a match-fixing attempt in Italy last year, has joined Aston Villa as a community coach.

In exile: Maksim Bakiyev

Met arrests son of ousted Kyrgyz leader

Maksim Bakiyev faces extradition to the US, charged with conspiracy to defraud and perverting the course of justice

Whistle-blowing lawyer Sergei Magnitsky (left) and British businessman Bill Browder

Police 'risking lives' by passing data to Russia

Soca accused of giving corrupt officials details of financiers who exposed £144m tax scam

Jifeng Ding family murder police increase reward to £25,000

Police investigating the murder of a family of four today increased a reward for information leading to the prime suspect's arrest to £25,000.

Colin Moynihan: The threat of spot fixing is a ‘significant challenge’

London to monitor Games bets amid spot-fixing fears

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.

Hamza Kashgari was arrested while making his way to New Zealand

Saudi journalist left facing the death penalty over Twitter posts

Extradition goes ahead for newspaper columnist accused of blasphemy against the Prophet

Youssef Boutros-Ghali has been spotted at lectures hosted by the LSE and Chatham House

From fêted statesman to a fugitive from justice

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.

Fifa: cheats may target England

Fifa's security chief has warned that not even the Premier League is immune to match-fixing. Football's world governing body will open a hotline for whistleblowers next month and has promised an amnesty to players or officials who offer evidence of fixing.

Players are trafficked to fix matches, claims Fifa

Security chief warns of rising threat to game and need to educate and protect footballers

Stroke of fortune helps Fifa's fight but fixing could go into overdrive

Mastermind arrested by chance as criminals look to cash in before window of opportunity is shut tight
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