At least 150 people have died from drinking toxic illegal alcohol in Assam in northeast India.
A Finnish MP is being investigated by the police for claiming a sauna as his second home.
A reporter for the German magazine Der Spiegel was sacked after he admitted he had invented stories.
Police in Spain say a man arrested as part of an operation against credit card cloning had previously been jailed for helping finance the 9/11 terror attacks
Tesla’s chief executive, Elon Musk, is being sued for fraud. The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission is accusing him of putting out "false and misleading" tweets about potentially taking the electric car company private.
EU says UK must recover billions in lost customs duties
Which other European politicians have been accused of plagiarising work or faking degrees?
Sara Netanyahu is charged with misuse of state funds and breach of trust
Lee's lawyer files restraining order against caregiver and business partner Keya Morgan, alleging "elder abuse".
In this edition of the Brief from Brussels: The EU’s anti-fraud unit (OLAF) has made recommendations to claw back almost 3 billion EUR from
The EU's anti-fraud agency OLAF have been busy. 2017 saw 197 investigations leading to 309 recommendations to recover of €3 billion for the EU budget. Three countries - Romania, Poland and particularly Hungary seemed to be the focus of the most intense scrutiny.
But the disgraced former champion will only pay a fraction of the amount sought in a lawsuit brought by fellow cyclist Floyd Landis and the US government
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un and his late father Kim Jong-il used fraudulently obtained Brazilian passports to apply for visas to visit Western countries in the 1990s, five senior Western European security sources tell Reuters.
The Infraud Organization was responsible for more than $530 million (€433 million) in losses.
British law firms dispatched “sales agents” in Mallorca to enlist holidaymakers to file false food poisoning claims against tour operators, court documents reveal.
OLAF, the EU’s anti-fraud agency, has sounded the alarm over 35 projects aimed at improving public lighting in Hungary.
Apple OS updates included a feature to 'smooth out' power supply from old batteries
By Sanela Hodzic in Marseille
In 2015, when hundreds of thousands of refugees from Syria, Iran, Eritrea, Iraq and elsewhere came streaming across
It's the year's biggest shopping weekend as the billions spent on Black Friday is followed by another frenzy of internet buying, Cyber Monday.
One of the agricultural products most affected by counterfeiting is wine. So we need new methods for find out what we are really drinking.
It’s Hungary’s version of a train to nowhere.
A train connecting two remote villages with links to the Prime Minister and largely funded by
Two British women are under arrest in Majorca, accused of masterminding a hotel food poisoning scam on the Spanish island.
A Moscow court has placed Kirill Serebrennikov under house arrest.
The head of what was once the world's biggest bitcoin exchange stands trial in Tokyo on charges of embezzlement and data manipulation. He denies any wrongdoing.
The European Commission estimates at least 50-billion euros per year is lost because of cross-border VAT fraud.
Airbus chief executive Thomas Enders has called an Austrian investigation into suspected fraud a "politically-motivated abuse of the legal system".