World Cup and European Championship qualifiers were among more than 380 professional soccer matches targeted by criminals trying to fix games to generate more than 8 million euros ($10.9 million) in profit, according to the region’s law enforcement agency.
Poland’s pipeline operator Gaz- System SA said it signed a deal to take over the management of the Yamal natural gas pipeline from EuRoPol Gaz SA, a joint venture of OAO Gazprom of Russia and Poland’s Polskie Gornictwo Naftowe i Gazownictwo SA.
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European Union member police departments, in unison with Europol and Interpol, thwarted efforts to transfer 28 million euros ($38.5 million) of stolen emission-trading rights, the Wall Street Journal reported.
Soccer’s governing body increased the risk of World Cup referees being approached with bribes by naming the officials five months before this year’s event in Brazil, FIFA’s former head of security said.