The owner of six California skilled nursing facilities agreed to a US$45.6 million settlement Wednesday to resolve allegations that she and her companies had submitted false Medicare claims and paid kickbacks to physicians at the expense of her patients’ health and well-being.
European law enforcement arrested five individuals and investigated seven others, including two minors, suspected of involvement in far-right terrorism across Europe, as stated by authorities on Nov. 10.
Belgian and Greek authorities disrupted a network that was smuggling illegal migrants via Belgian airports to other European nations – often Norway – using false or stolen documents, according to European Union law enforcement agencies.
A Russian and Moldovan national pleaded guilty Tuesday to developing a malicious botnet hacking tool and unleashing it upon tens of thousands of internet users around the world, allowing him to sell access to his victims’ computers to other cybercriminals.
Fossils from the largest cultural property theft in Argentina's history have returned home.
The Civil Court in Skopje has ruled that North Macedonia’s Investigative Reporting Lab (IRL), an OCCRP partner, had no right to publish a documentary on the import and burning of low-quality dirty oils because it is a non-governmental organization and not a media outlet.
Caught with their goods around their ankles, three conspirators received sentences Monday for selling counterfeit designer underwear, in a scheme which netted them just under £400,000 (US$500,000), the City of London Police reported.
The Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (OCCRP) has helped to create the first-ever Charter on Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Journalism, which aims to define ethics and standards for journalists, newsrooms, and media outlets throughout the world to use when working with AI.
Campaigns that seek to aim political ads at citizens in the European Union will have to get permission from those citizens to use their data for targeting, according to a provisional agreement reached by the European Parliament and the Council of Europe.
Brazil’s Federal Police launched an operation Tuesday against an organized crime network involved in the trafficking and smuggling of fake Paraguayan brand cigarettes. The criminal ring, active in the center-western area of Minas Gerais state, forced Paraguayan nationals to make the cigarettes in hidden factories.