EU negotiators have approved a directive protecting whistleblowers who report issues such as fraud and tax evasion by authorities or corporations. The agreement, between the three governing structures of the... read more →
Israeli Attorney General Avichai Mandelblit has announced that he will begin legal proceedings against Benjamin Netanyahu on charges of bribery, abuse of trust and fraud, just weeks before the incumbent... read more →
An Austrian businessman has accused Polish leader Jarosław Kaczyński of committing ‘large scale fraud’ for allegedly failing to pay him for work he did on an abandoned Warsaw real estate... read more →
The US Justice Department has indicted 36 people accused of forming part of a global cybercrime network specialised in the exchange and purchase of personal data, compromised bank cards and... read more →
The European Anti-Fraud Office (OLAF) has opened an investigation into allegations of financial irregularities in the construction of a Bucharest metro line. OLAF confirmed to Radio France International Romania that... read more →
Czech lawmakers have voted to lift the parliamentary immunity of populist Prime Minister Andrej Babiš in a move that leaves him exposed to prosecution over accusations he unlawfully took advantage... read more →
The Czech government has published an extract of a report by the European Anti-Fraud Office (OLAF) about its investigation into Prime Minister Andrej Babiš for EU funds fraud. Only three... read more →
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