Keith Raniere, a former self-help guru, on Tuesday went on trial in the US on charges of running a secretive New York sex cult that recruited female "slaves".
It's understood The Federal Office for Migration and Refugees (Bamf) in Bremen, knew about possible wrong-doing earlier than first thought, since February last year, and officials are suspected of taking bribes to approve applications
Laughter, sunshine and optimism were the order of the day at the ceremonial Spring Festival sumo wrestling tournament held at a controversial war shrine in Tokyo on Monday (April 16) amid scandals over Japan's national sport.
The social network, which boasts 2.2 billion active users, has issued adverts in major UK and US newspapers apologising for their “breach of trust”.
The charity is at the centre of a scandal over sexual exploitation during aid missions
One former aid worker and whistleblower warns the Oxfam scandal is just the tip of the iceberg. He calls for greater scrutiny of the international aid sector.
The Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) have called it “one of the biggest breaches of cabinet security in Australian history”.
Several French supermarkets have apologised after baby milk powder is found to still be on sale.
Former Miss Americas are not happy with the board of the organisation asking them to choose a successor to Sam Haskill