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European Parliament - Hearing on Europol A hearing on Europol was organized by The Greens in the European Parliament on July 3, 1995 in Brussels. The hearing was presided by Claudia Roth, President of the Green Group, in the European... Bruce Zagaris 11 8 1995-08-01 Europe, Germany, United Kingdom, Belgium, Netherlands Human Rights, International Organizations, Mutual Legal Assistance, International Courts, Organized Crime, International Convention
Yugoslav War Crimes Tribunal Hears Important Preliminary Motions On June 23, 1995, Prof. Michail Wladimiroff and Mr. Milan Vujin, counsel for the accused, filed three motions. A motion on the principle of ne bis in idem, a motion on the lack of jurisdiction of... Bruce Zagaris 11 8 1995-08-01 Germany, Former Yugoslavia, Bosnia, Herzegovina Jurisdiction, Law of War, United Nations, War Crimes, International Courts, Treaties, International Convention
Ecuador Hosts 2nd Conference for Legal Advisors in Banking Supervision and Inspection On June 14-16, 1995, the Second Conference for Legal Advisors in Banking Supervision and Inspection took place in Cuenca, Ecuador. The conference was organized by Dr. Jose Roberto da Silva of the... Bruce Zagaris 11 8 1995-08-01 Mexico, Latin America and South America, Caribbean, Ecuador Money Laundering, Corruption, Bank Secrecy, International Cooperation, Financial Supervision, Banking Supervision
Budgetary Crisis Jeopardizes Operation of the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia The International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia has moved into a critical stage. As it has become opeational, it has indicted Bosnian Serb leader Rodovan Karadzic and his top military... Bruce Zagaris 11 8 1995-08-01 Serbia, Former Yugoslavia, Bosnia Human Rights, Law of War, United Nations, International Courts
Caribbean Financial Action Task Force Holds Ministerial Meeting on Money Laundering On May 24 and 25, 1995, in Port of Spain, Trinidad, the Caribbean Financial Action Task Force (CFATF) held a ministerial meeting on money laundering that resulted in a decision by CFATF members to... Bruce Zagaris 11 8 1995-08-01 United States, Caribbean, Barbados, Trinidad & Tobago, Jamaica, United Kingdom, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Bahamas, Cayman Islands, St. Kitts & Nevis, Saint Lucia, st. vincent Money Laundering, International Organizations, United Nations, Drugs & Trafficking, International Convention, Banking Supervision
International Criminal Tribunal Yugoslavia, Legislation Enacted by Ten Different Nations on Judicial Assistance to the International Criminal Tribunal In order to fulfil the obligations resulting from United Nations Security Council Resolution 827 (1993) and the Statute of the International Tribunal for War Crimes in the Former Yugoslavia, at least... Bruce Zagaris 11 8 1995-08-01 United States, Germany, United Kingdom, Belgium, Switzerland, Italy, Netherlands, Spain, Rwanda, Turkey, Australia, Sri Lanka, Former Yugoslavia, Bosnia, Herzegovina, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Denmark Extradition, Human Rights, Law of War, United Nations, War Crimes, International Courts, International Cooperation
Improvements in Reporting Suspicious Transactions Suggested On May 30, 1995, the General Accounting Office released a report describing current practices and gaps in the reporting of suspicious activity related to money laundering, and underscoring the... Bruce Zagaris 11 8 1995-08-01 United States Money Laundering, United Nations, International Convention, Financial Supervision
OECD and International Organizations Make Progress on Foreign and International Corruption International organizations are making continued progress in combatting foreign and international corrupt practices. On June 22 and 23, 1995, an Organization of Economic Cooperation and Development... Bruce Zagaris 11 8 1995-08-01 France, Italy Corruption, International Organizations, European Union
Human Rights Watch Finds Bolivia Comprising Human Rights in its War on Drugs A report released in July 1995 by Human Rights Watch Americas finds substantial human rights violations in Bolivia in its efforts to increase its war on drugs under pressure from the U.S. and... Bruce Zagaris 11 8 1995-08-01 United States, Bolivia, Colombia, Peru Corruption, Extradition, Human Rights, International Organizations, United Nations, Drugs & Trafficking, Prisoner Rights, Drug Enforcement, International Convention
Bibliography of Books, Articles and Documents A. Books 1. Bribes and Corrupt Practices D.R. Cruver, Complying with the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act; a Guide for U.S. Firms Doing Business in the International Marketplace, American Bar Assn... Bruce Zagaris 11 8 1995-08-01 World Bibliography
Jordan Sentences New Jersey Murderer to 15 Years as Politicians Call for Extradition Agreement On July 10, 1995, a Jordanian court sentenced to 15 years of prison and "hard labor" a Jordanian national, Mohammad I. Abequa, for strangling his wife in New Jersey. After both the defense and... Bruce Zagaris 11 8 1995-08-01 Iraq, Israel, Jordan, United Kingdom Extradition, Murder, Kidnaping
Schneider Extradition Hearing Set On July 18, 1995, a U.S. District Court in Miami set August 16, 1995 as the date for an extradition hearing for German hotelier and property magnate Jürgen and Claudia Schneider...(more) Bruce Zagaris 11 8 1995-08-01 United States, Germany, Switzerland, Italy Extradition, Jurisdiction
Singapore Assures that Leeson Will Receive Fair Treatment A senior Singapore official, who has remained anonymous, has assured that, if extradited by Germany, Nick Leeson, the fugitive derivatives trader charged with multiple fraud charges, will receive a... Bruce Zagaris 11 8 1995-08-01 Germany, United Kingdom, China, Japan, Taiwan, Singapore, Thailand, Philippines, Malaysia, Hong Kong Fraud, Banking Supervision
United States Faces Charges of State-Sponsored Kidnapping before the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights On July 17, 1995 a novel petition was filed on behalf of Kenneth Walker, a Canadian citizen, and Hossein Alikhani, a Cypriot citizen, with the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights alleging that... Bruce Zagaris 11 8 1995-08-01 Canada, United States, Chile, Bahamas, Ecuador, Cyprus, Libya Customs Enforcement, Extradition, Human Rights, Jurisdiction, Kidnaping, Sanctions
Cypriot Courts Rearrest American Whose Extradition U.S. Has Requested in Embezzlement Charges On July 14, 1995, police in Limassol, Cyprus re-arrested David Lee Carter, 39 years old American citizen whose extradition is sought by the U.S. on charges of embezzling $1 million...(more) Bruce Zagaris 11 8 1995-08-01 United States, Cyprus Extradition, Jurisdiction, Fraud, Embezzlement
U.S. and Italy Conclude MOU in Commodities Futures Enforcement On June 22, 1995, the United States Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) and the Commissione Nazionale per la Societa e la Borsa (CONSOB) of Italy concluded a mutual assistance agreement...(... Bruce Zagaris 11 8 1995-08-01 United States, Italy Mutual Legal Assistance, Securities Trade Enforcement
U.S. Presses Central and Eastern European Countries for Improved Cooperation as Stolen Vehicles Accelerate As the number of exported stolen automobiles skyrocket, the U.S. Government is increasing enforcement and pressing countries in Central and Eastern Europe and elsewhere to conclude treaties to... Bruce Zagaris 11 8 1995-08-01 United States, China, Poland, Dominican Republic, Baltic Region, Former Soviet Union Customs Enforcement, Fraud, Treaties, International Cooperation, Theft, Smuggle, Vehicles
Japan Starts Fund for "Comfort Women" On July 18, 1995, the Japanese Government announced the start of a fund to compensate "comfort women" who were forced to provide sexual services for the Japanese army during World War II...(more) Bruce Zagaris 11 8 1995-08-01 Japan, Netherlands, Philippines, Korea Human Rights, Victims Compensation
U.S. Removes Sanctions Against Taiwan for CITES Violations On June 30, 1995, President Bill Clinton removed trade sanctions against Taiwan imposed in 1994 because of their violations of the Convention on the International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES)... Bruce Zagaris 11 8 1995-08-01 United States, Taiwan Economic Sanctions, Environment, International Convention
European Union: Europol-Convention The Draft Europol-Convention has been the subject of long discussions within the European Union. At their meeting on June 20-21, 1995, the Council of Justice and Home Affairs Ministers agreed on the... Bruce Zagaris 11 8 1995-08-01 Europe, France, United Kingdom, Belgium, Netherlands, Luxembourg International Organizations, Jurisdiction, European Union, Mutual Legal Assistance, International Courts, International Convention