Headlines Tagged with Cross-Border/Crime — 21,654 headlines found
That’s the fear of experts who say that millions of pounds in profits from illegal and fake tobacco products easily available from rogue traders is finding its way into the pockets of the worst of criminals and killers. This week the Daily Echo has reve
Jan 5, 2017 Southern Daily Echo (uk)
added Jan 9, 2017 02:10
I sent a copy to a man who might have known something about the murder: Ilich Ramírez Sánchez...Carlos the Jackal....Last month, the F.B.I. revealed that it had reopened its investigation into the killing of Colonel Alon. Why? An F.B.I. agent based in Pa
Jan 8, 2017 New York Times
added Jan 9, 2017 01:17
He offered me and my colleague Pierre the best Cuban cigars and offered the French cops cheap Dominican cigars. So we talked and smoked for more than five hours. The good news is that we hit it off and he cooperated.
Oct 1, 2016 International Association for Counterterrorism & Security Professionals (IACSP)
added Jan 9, 2017 01:14
During 2016, in an ongoing series of operations in the Louth area, targeted to disrupt the sale of illicit tobacco products in local markets, Revenue Officers seized over 124,500 cigarettes and 12.9kg of tobacco.
Jan 7, 2017 Irish Independent (ie)
added Jan 8, 2017 23:55
A smoking ban that recently took effect in South Bend hasn’t caused a scramble to follow suit among elected officials in Mishawaka, St. Joseph County and Elkhart County. Smoking of tobacco of any kind is now banned in all South Bend workplaces, includin
Jan 8, 2017 South Bend (IN) Tribune
added Jan 8, 2017 23:53
[New Zealand] 'How far can you oppress somebody?': Anti-smoking campaigner says tax hikes aren't working
Tobacco taxes have been regularly increasing since 2010, under the National and Maori Party coalition. Dr Marewa Glover, a public health analyst and associate professor at Massey University, said their argument wasn't stacking up... "It's just a tax grab
Jan 9, 2017 Independent Newspapers Ltd. / STUFF (nz)
added Jan 8, 2017 22:55
Attorney Yaakov Weinroth, who represents Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, told the press on Friday that, "any reasonable person knows that someone bringing their friend cigars is not a criminal offense." Channel 2 reported on Thursday that Israeli pro
Jan 7, 2017 Jerusalem Post
added Jan 7, 2017 20:45
A corruption investigation into Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is reportedly addressing suspicions the premier and his wife illicitly accepted cigars worth hundreds of thousands of shekels and champagne from a Hollywood billionaire.
Jan 6, 2017 Times of Israel (is)
added Jan 7, 2017 20:39
[Asia, Israel] Hollywood Producer Arnon Milchan, the Cigars and Frequent Funding of Netanyahu's Lifestyle
The purchase of alcoholic beverages, cigar boxes worth thousands of shekels, a regular and frequent practice funding the prime minister’s lifestyle – and the involvement of a key figure, in the person of businessman and movie producer Arnon Milchan.
Jan 6, 2017 Ha'aretz Newspaper/Magazine
added Jan 7, 2017 20:31
it appears that at the center of the scandal is Arnon Milchan, a Hollywood producer who plied the premier with high-end liquor and alcohol and cigars valued in the thousands of dollars.
Jan 5, 2017 Weekly Forward
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