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Money Laundering Suspect Secures Bail in Larnaca

In Larnaca, Cyprus, a Ukrainian suspect in a money laundering case has secured bail under strict conditions, including a €30,000 bail, surrendering travel documents, and thriceweekly police checkins. The case unfolded after a robbery report implicated the suspect, shining a light on Cyprus’s efforts to strengthen its antimoney laundering regulations.

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Cypriot Jailed in Singapore for Money Laundering

In Singapore’s largest money laundering investigation, a Cypriot passport holder, Su Haijin, was sentenced to 14 months in jail for laundering around $2.2 billion, including illegal possession of S$2.4 million from unlawful activities. The crackdown on financial crimes underscores the nation’s commitment to combat money laundering and maintain the integrity of its financial system.

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Cash Flows to Cyprus Under Scrutiny Amid Laundering Concerns

The surge in cash flows to Cyprus, with over €101.6 million entering but €90 million unchallenged legally, has prompted concerns over potential money laundering, leading the House ethics committee to intensify scrutiny on the origins of these funds. Authorities are focusing on real estate transactions as a primary destination for these substantial cash amounts, aiming to uphold Cyprus’s financial integrity and combat financial crimes.

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Money Laundering Investigations Over Monk Scandal Underway

The scandal at Osiou Avakoum monastery involves allegations of sexual misconduct and financial impropriety among two monks, with €800,000 in cash found and a video showing potential sexual encounters. The Holy Synod’s investigative committee and police are both conducting inquiries into assault, sexual harassment, and possible money laundering related to church donations, with the scandal continuing to unfold with legal disputes and ongoing investigations.

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Call for Money-Laundering Clampdown in North

Cyprus is ramping up efforts to combat money laundering and sanctions evasion with plans to establish an independent oversight body following a call to action by the Cyprus Integrity Forum. The government is collaborating with US authorities, such as the FBI, to enhance antimoney laundering capabilities and prevent illicit financial flows, particularly in the northern part of the island.

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Investigating the Corporate Labyrinth: Unraveling the Predator Spyware Scandal

In the heart of the Predator spyware scandal, Cyprusbased companies like Intellexa and Santinomo face intense scrutiny over suspicious share movements and retroactive transfers. With figures like Felix Bitzios and exintelligence officer Tal Dilian at the center of this intricate web, international authorities and the European Parliament are closely monitoring the unfolding events, shedding light on the murky world of corporate espionage.

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Ukrainian Detained Pending Money Laundering Hearing

The Ukrainian detainees in Cyprus are facing serious charges of money laundering, conspiracy to commit espionage, and involvement in criminal activities, with a trial set for April 17. The case involves trafficking €8 million into Cyprus over 20 trips, highlighting the global efforts to combat financial crimes and hold perpetrators accountable.

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Two Arrested for Money Laundering Freed

Two men arrested in Limassol for money laundering have been freed after their remand period expired. The suspects were released as their case files were sent for further review by the Legal Service, shedding light on the ongoing investigation into the alleged illicit activities involving a gallery and cashfilled envelopes.

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Arrest made in money laundering case

In a significant breakthrough, Cyprus Police have arrested a 43yearold man linked to a money laundering case involving a Ukrainian woman who transported €8 million to Cyprus. This arrest highlights the authorities’ commitment to dismantling illicit financial networks and marks a significant stride in combating financial crimes.

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