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The party is accused of being a criminal organisation structured along a strict hierarchy that determines its members' actions.
He said that the investigations were stopped in 2015 because the evidence proving that Mubarak was supporting and forming a criminal organisation was insufficient.
E" movie will focus on an unnamed criminal organisation that deals with nuclear weapons.
Four lawmakers from Greece's Golden Dawn neo-Nazi party were charged Wednesday with belonging to a criminal organisation as authorities moved to dismantle the group after the murder of an anti-fascist musician.
Greek prosecutors investigating Golden Dawn have already found early evidence that could help them establish that it is a criminal organisation, a senior court official told reporters on Wednesday.
He became addicted to cocaine and fell into debt and was recruited into this criminal organisation.
If made a criminal organisation, police could then seek to ban individuals from the Hells Angels from associating, and jail them for up to five years if they failed to comply.
A Council of Europe report last December alleged that Thaci once headed a criminal organisation that profited from the organ trade.
John Kinghorn, assistant director of United Kingdom Border Force (UKBF) for the North-east said: "Our officers have interrupted the supply chain of a major criminal organisation.
A SCOTS-based restaurant owner yesterday agreed to be extradited to Italy on charges of being part of a criminal organisation.
The laboratory had links with the Netherlands and the United Kingdom, and the head of the criminal organisation involved has been confirmed by Eurojust to be a UK citizen.
The dead men, Dusan Spasojevic and Milan Lukovic,were leaders of the Zemun Clan, a Serbian criminal organisation.
The proposed law also amends the Criminal Organisations Control Act 2012 to make it easier for police to seek a declaration that an organisation is a criminal organisation.
Concerning the suspicion of participation or support of a criminal organisation, the OAG has partially abandoned its prosecution," a statement from the office of the Swiss Attorney General (OAG) read.
The shipping magnate has also been ordered to report to police every 15 days on strict bail terms as an investigation continues into allegations of a criminal organisation controlling Greek football.