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IRS launches international effort to investigate Cryptocurrency Tax Crimes

The US Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is enforcing compliance with international cryptocurrency taxation and joins the tax authorities of four other nations to form a coalition to combat tax crime related to cryptocurrency. Combating Cryptocurrency on the Global Stage Recently, crypto trading has reached a significant level and can no longer be dismissed as a fad. Countries seem to be …

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Timothy Coggins' murderer, Franklin Gebhardt, sentenced to life imprisonment for hate crimes

Timothy Coggins. (Spalding County Sheriff's Office) Timothy Coggins' Crimes in Franklin Gebhardt's eyes were simple: Coggins was a black man who was with a white woman. One night in the fall of 1983, Gebhardt and his brother William Moore lured Coggins into a car across the street from an African-American dance club in Sunnyside, Georgia-the first step in the murder …

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Suspect charged in Charlottesville attack with hate crimes

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Virginia – An alleged Hitler admirer accused of plowing a car into a crowd of Charlottesville protesters and killing a young woman in Charlotteville on Wednesday was charged with heinous crimes in one case, which resulted from the White Nationalist rally that touched President Donald Trump James Alex Fields Jr., who had already been charged with murder and other …

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Accused of driving into the crowd at "Unite the Right" rally, charged with federal hate crimes

The Department of Justice accused James Alex Fields Jr., the driver accused of assassinating a counter-protester with several hate crimes on Wednesday's electoral campaign in Charlottesville, Virginia on Wednesday. The charge includes a hate crime that led to the death of Heather Heyer, a counter-protester who was run over when Fields allegedly drove his car into a crowd of anti-racist …

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Supreme Burmese military should be brought to justice for crimes against humanity: Amnesty International

NEW YORK (Reuters) – High-ranking Burmese military, including commanders of their defense services and army, should be brought to justice for crimes against humanity for treating Rohingya minorities, Amnesty International said in a report on Tuesday. A satellite image taken on September 24, 2017, provided by Amnesty International on June 26, 2018, shows what they describe as the geography of …

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Supreme Burmese military should be brought to justice for crimes against humanity: Amnesty International

NEW YORK (Reuters) – High-ranking Burmese military, including commanders of their defense services and army, should be brought to justice for crimes against humanity for treating Rohingya minorities, Amnesty International said in a report on Tuesday. A satellite image taken on September 24, 2017, provided by Amnesty International on June 26, 2018, shows what they describe as the geography of …

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Supreme Burmese military should be brought to justice for crimes against humanity: Amnesty International

By Rodrigo Campos NEW YORK (Reuters) – High-ranking Burmese military, including commanders of their defense forces and army, should be brought to justice for crimes against humanity for treating Rohingya minorities, Amnesty International said in a statement Report on Tuesday Amnesty urged the United Nations Security Council to submit the findings of the report to the International Criminal Court (ICC) …

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Myanmar officials implicated in crimes against Rohingya

Amnesty International has identified 13 Myanmar military and police officers as key figures in recent violent crimes against the minority of Rohingya Muslims and reiterates its call on the UN Security Council to bring the situation to the International Criminal Court Wednesday Published report states that nine out of eleven crimes against humanity listed in the Rome Statute, including murder, …

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Congolese ex-vice-president Bemba has acquitted war crimes in the appeal

The Hague (Reuters) – On Friday, the International Criminal Court overturned the conviction of former Vice President of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Jean-Pierre Bemba, for war crimes. This was a severe blow to the prosecutor, which could also affect policies in his home country. FILE PHOTO: Jean-Pierre Bemba Gombo is being informed in a courtroom of the International …

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