Nadir Salifov was shot dead at point blank range while he was dining in the Boğazkent District of Serik, Antalya.
As the coronavirus spread across Italy and deeper into Europe, criminal groups worked their way into the health-care system.
Signs of growing tensions last week prompted the interior minister, Luciana Lamorgese, to request greater police attention to "riots by groups of extremists."
Matt Gaetz offered several defenses of Rudy Giuliani visiting Ukraine this past week, saying that while it is "weird," Americans should give him "the benefit of the doubt" because of his role after 9/11.
The former senior official in the Obama and Clinton administrations said there "are no grown-ups" left in President Donald Trump's White House.
"I have met on occasion a few of those people. They happen to be very nice people. You just don't want to owe them money. Don't owe them money."
A now-viral Twitter thread gives a floor-by-floor historical breakdown of convicted criminals who either rented, owned or hid from law enforcement in Trump's "crime infested" New York City towers.
"Donald Trump has without doubt given an order to kill me and has told the government of Colombia and the Colombian mafia to kill me," the embattled South American leader said.
Trump has been wrapped in Mafia connections for decades. Here's how he learned to talk like a don.
Author Craig Unger spoke with Newsweek about the allegations in his new book, "House of Trump, House of Putin: The Untold Story of Donald Trump and the Russian Mafia."
The journalist was working on a story linking officials close to Prime Minister Robert Fico to an Italian businessman with ties to the 'Ndrangheta syndicate.
The real-life strip club made world famous in HBO's fictional "The Sopranos" television series has been ordered to shut down because of its real-life mob ties.
Is this a sign of the decline of organized crime?
Salvatore Gravano was a crime underboss-turned-informant whose testimony brought down mob chiefs including John Gotti, the Teflon Don.
He planned to ask a priest to smuggle a saw blade into the facility.
Born and raised in Castel Volturno, photographer Giovanni Izzo focuses his work around the stories of deprivation, exploitation and criminality populating the streets he grew up in.
Crimes include revealing secrets, harassing a mobster's family and disobeying the boss.
A car bomb filled with half a ton of explosives killed Giovanni Falcone, his wife and three members of his escort in 1992, but his death still has ripples today.
A total of 68 people with affiliation to the powerful Ndrangheta syndicate were arrested.
More than half of Russians consider United Russia a party of crooks and thieves.