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08.23.19

KU researcher indicted for fraud for failing to disclose conflict with Chinese university

A researcher at the University of Kansas was indicted Wednesday on federal charges of hiding the fact that he was working full time for a Chinese university while doing research at KU funded by the U.S. government.



08.23.19

A former Mass. State Police union president and a lobbyist were charged with fraud. Here's what we know.

Federal authorities arrested the former president of the Massachusetts State Police union Wednesday, alleging that he pocketed tens of thousands of dollars through embezzling cash and accepting kickback payments from a lobbyist since 2012.





08.23.19

Army civilian staffer among five charged in benefits fraud scheme which stole millions from service members

A former Army civilian employee stole thousands of troops' personal information and collected millions of dollars in fraudulent military benefits as part of an international identity theft ring, according to a new federal indictment released on Wednesday.



08.23.19

India's former finance minister arrested in corruption case

Investigators arrest Palaniappan Chidambaram after a dramatic raid on his New Delhi home.



08.22.19

The Dirty Problems With Operation Car Wash

News reports have pointed to serious wrongdoing at the heart of the anti-corruption inquiry that has shaken many Latin American countries.



08.22.19

Oakland businessman Tom Henderson charged in $110 million immigration fraud scheme

Oakland businessman appeared in federal court Tuesday, just hours after being arrested.



08.22.19

Why 75% Of Argentina Doesn't Care About Candidate's Corruption Or Honesty

Listen to anyone who has had it up to here with the likes of Cristina Kirchner and they will tell you she is corrupt to high heaven and her economic policies have destroyed Argentina. So what?



08.22.19

New ruling body ushers in Sudan's complex shift to civilian rule

Abdalla Hamdok sworn in as prime minister alongside a top general who is tasked to oversee a military-civilian council.



08.22.19

Liberia: 'Report of Corruption, Inconsistent Application of Regulations, Uncle Sam Slams Transparency Lapses

The report released this week says Liberia could improve its fiscal transparency by ensuring the budget is substantially complete and off-budget accounts are subject to adequate audit and oversight.



08.21.19

Visa Introduces Suite of Security Capabilities to Help Prevent and Disrupt Payment Fraud

New payment security services to help defend against emerging and evolving threats targeting financial institutions and merchants



08.21.19

The FCC continues fight against fraud and abuse of Lifeline low-income subsidies

The Federal Communications Commission continues to look for ways to lessen fraud in the Lifeline program, the low-income subsidy for landline, cellular and broadband connections.



08.21.19

Saskatchewan set to introduce amendments to protect against money laundering

The Saskatchewan government is set to introduce amendments to protect against criminal acts like money laundering- even if it's a bit late.



08.21.19

Brazil moves money laundering intelligence unit to central bank

The Brazilian government on Tuesday issued a decree moving the Financial Activities Control Board (Coaf), which monitors nefarious financial activity such as money laundering, into a new Financial Intelligence Unit under central bank control.



08.21.19

Ex-Sudan president got millions from Saudis, court hears

Sudan's ousted president Omar Hassan al-Bashir acknowledged receiving millions of dollars from Saudi Arabia, a police detective told a court on Monday at the start of a corruption trial that many Sudanese thought they would never see.



08.20.19

Opinion: Protect your company from financial fraud

Fraud is not a new problem for many organizations. But unfortunately, the people who are committing it are becoming savvier by the day.



08.20.19

GE Just Responded to Fraud Claims. Here's What Investors Need to Know.

General Electric , in a statement emailed to investors Monday morning, disputed many of the allegations raised by forensic accountant Harry Markopolos.



08.20.19

He pulled a $5.6 million fraud, then booked a $90,000 charter jet out of the country

A Miami fraudster who suckered victims out of $5.6 million and got snagged by the FBI just before skedaddling to Dubai has been sentenced to more time in federal prison.



08.20.19

In Mexico, a Powerful Union Boss Offers an Anti-Corruption Test

Prosecutors may be turning the screw on Carlos Romero Deschamps. But the long-time Pemex union leader has faced legal battles before.



08.20.19

Coalition MP breaks ranks to push for a stronger federal anti-corruption body

Llew O'Brien says the proposed integrity commission has insufficient powers to investigate politicians



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