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Uganda’s opposition rejects Museveni re-election as ‘fraud’

Uganda’s opposition party has dismissed the results of the country’s presidential election, dismissing the results as “fraud” and calling for the release of their...

Goldman Sachs reaches deal with Malaysia over sovereign wealth fund ‘fraud’

Goldman Sachs has reached a 3.9 billion US dollar settlement with Malaysia over the 1MDB sovereign wealth fund that was used to launder money. Malaysian...

Man ordered to pay more than £1m for handling 19 stolen vehicles

A man has been ordered to pay more than £1m (€1.17m) for handling 19 stolen vehicles, police in England have said. Chirag Patel, 40, of Firth...

Money launderer claimed he won lottery 123 times

A money launderer who claimed to have won the lottery 123 times has been ordered to pay the UK's National Crime Agency more than...

Belgian prosecutors settle with HSBC in tax-dodging case

Belgian prosecutors have reached a settlement worth nearly €300m with a Swiss private banking branch of HSBC over a longstanding fraud and tax-dodging case. The...

Fraud warning for football fans booking trips to European finals

Football fans risk losing thousands of pounds if they book illegal package holidays to attend European finals, the aviation regulator has warned. Supporters could be...

DR Congo election hit by fraud claims after surprise win for Tshisekedi

Supporters of the surprise Democratic Republic of Congo presidential winner have celebrated in the capital as the rival opposition candidate denounced the result as...

Three guilty of murder over Leicester shop explosion

Three men who killed five people in a “bomb-like” shop blast have been convicted of murder and plotting to claim a £300,000 insurance pay-out. Arkan...

Man becomes 11th person jailed for Grenfell Tower fraud

A man who pretended he was in a relationship with a Grenfell Tower victim in England to gain accommodation has become the 11th person...

Barclays and ex-top bankers appear in court over side deals in financial crisis

Barclays and four former top bankers have appeared in court over side deals struck during emergency fundraising at the height of the financial crisis. The...

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