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China and Vietnam have agreed on a security pact to cooperate in busting crimes linked to areas such as cross-border gambling, telecom fraud and terrorism.

Two executives from Imperial Pacific International and one from its contractor MCC International face arrest if they return to U.S. soil after being indicted on 71 counts including, racketeering, international promotion of money laundering, harboring...

Mey Vann, director general at Cambodia’s Ministry of Finance, pulls no punches when it comes to the nation’s online gambling ban. “It’s gone and it’s not coming back,” he says

China’s increasing involvement and investment in the Sihanoukville Province has pushed up the crime rate and brought instability, said governor Yun

Gambling-related kidnappings and arson saw a significant hike over the past twelve months in Macau, says the director of the Judiciary Police, Chau Wa

The Crown Resorts staff currently detained in China have officially had their case handed to local prosecutors, local media reports. On Wednesday, the

Crown Resorts had already been warned by Chinese authorities to halt its efforts attracting high rollers from the mainland once before, Bloomberg repo

At least 18 employees of casino operator Crown Resorts have been detained by Chinese authorities, local media reports. "Crown believes that a number o

Money laundering and transnational crime will be some of the key concerns for casino regulators in Asia, said Lee Tzu Yang, the chairman of the Casino

Macau’s Judiciary Police (PJ) has revealed crimes related to gaming have increased 33 percent in the first five months of the year, local media repo

India president Pranab Mukherjee is reportedly suggesting revisions to the Indian Penal Code (IPC) to include cyber crimes such as online gambling and

Moscow activists have reportedly set up task units to monitor illegal gambling and other wrongdoings, according to the Moscow government's official we

Melco Crown has reportedly adopted face recognition technology in an attempt to prevent banned patrons from entering its casinos, local media reports.

Macau authorities have received 1,118 reports of suspected crime related to gaming in the first nine months of the year, a 34 percent increase on the

American Gaming Association President and CEO Geoff Freeman invited attorneys general, police chiefs and other top law enforcement officials to partne

Galaxy Entertainment Group announced that criminals have been fraudulently selling and promoting the operator’s hotel room and other packages over t

Vietnamese lawmakers urged the government to stop considering gambling a crime, during a discussion on amendments to the Penal Code, local media repor

Macau’s director of the Judiciary Police said there was an increase in casino-related crimes in the first five months of the year especially in ille

Filipino lawmakers are looking for answers from the Anti-Money Laundering Council and central bank as to how P91 billion from an illegal gambling synd

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