Financier Bill Browder is at forefront of a campaign seeking justice for Sergei Magnitsky, the Russian lawyer who exposed corruption before dying in a Moscow prison
Magnitsky campaigner may be tracked by policing body
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
Maksim Bakiyev faces extradition to the US, charged with conspiracy to defraud and perverting the course of justice
Soca accused of giving corrupt officials details of financiers who exposed £144m tax scam
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
Calls to extradite Mubarak's former finance chief who fled revolution and was sentenced to 30 years
Glastonbury might have sold out months ago, but if you're looking for a festival fix, there are plenty of available options on the Continent. Laura Holt runs through the revelry
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.
Julian Assange lies low in UK while enemies call for his blood
Interpol adds to calls for arrest of Wikileaks ringmaster thought to be hiding in London
An international arrest warrant is to be issued against Julian Assange, founder of the whistleblowing website Wikileaks, after a Swedish court ruled he should face questioning over a rape allegation. Mr Assange is suspected of rape, sexual molestation and unlawful coercion after encounters with two women during a visit to Sweden in August. He denies the allegations and insists he had consensual sex with the women.
American investigators have interviewed French anti-doping officials at Interpol headquarters in Lyons as part of an investigation into allegations of drug use by cyclists, including the multiple Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong.