Gilead Sciences Inc., a California-based pharmaceutical company, is set to pay US$97 million to resolve allegations that it used a charity to pay the Medicare co-pays for one of its own drugs. The company said it had no intention to violate the law and does not believe it did.
While he is recovering in Berlin from a life-threatening poisoning attack with a state-developed nerve agent called Novichok, Russian authorities on Thursday confiscated the Moscow apartment of the country’s top opposition figure Alexei Navalny in order to compensate a businessman close to Vladimir Putin.
The international financial system needs urgent reforms, as currently it enables illicit money flows and tax abuse, a high-level panel assembled by the United Nations concluded on Thursday, suggesting that tackling this issue is the world's best chance of improving its sustainable development goals.
Police in several European countries, the U.S. and Canada on Tuesday arrested 179 suspected vendors and buyers who allegedly engaged in tens of thousands of sales of illicit goods on the dark web, Europol said in a statement on Tuesday.
Turkey’s main opposition party on Wednesday launched a parliamentary inquiry into government bribery following Sunday’s publication of a cross-border investigation by OCCRP and Courthouse News Service.
A massive operation spanning ten countries and hundreds of law enforcement officers took down one of the most active cocaine-trafficking networks in Europe, an Albanian-speaking group that operated under the name Kompania Bello, Europol said.
Cyprus blocked an EU decision to sanction individuals suspected of election fraud and the violent crackdown against protesters in Belarus, demanding that policymakers first take action against Turkey over an unrelated territorial dispute.
Plaintiffs are seeking over US$1 billion in an international lawsuit against a Danish bank accused of facilitating rampant money laundering over the course of almost a decade.
A Canadian non-governmental organization urged the Democratic Republic of Congo and its neighbors to crack down on the illicit mining and trade of gold which has been robbing citizens of millions of dollars in taxes every year.
A judge in the Southern District of New York sentenced a former U.S. resident to four years in prison on Monday, making him the first taxpayer in the United States to be incarcerated for crimes revealed in the Panama Papers investigation.