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Three London city workers arrested amid fraud probe into coronavirus bounce back loans of £6 million

Three London city workers arrested amid fraud probe into coronavirus bounce back loans of £6 million

Three men who worked for the same London financial institution have been arrested as part of an investigation into fraudulent coronavirus bounce back loans totalling £6 million.
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Brazil’s indigenous leaders move to sue President Jair Bolsonaro for ‘crimes against humanity’

Brazil’s indigenous leaders move to sue President Jair Bolsonaro for ‘crimes against humanity’

Two top Brazilian indigenous leaders have asked the International Criminal Court (ICC) to investigate President Jair Bolsonaro for “crimes against humanity”, accusing him of unprecedented environmental damage, killings and persecution.Chief Raoni Metuktire, the leader of the Kayapo people, and Chief Almir Narayamoga Surui, leader of the Paiter Surui tribe, filed the claim at The Hague-based body on Friday.Since Bolsonaro became president in January 2019, “the destruction of the Amazonian forest…
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Dragged back from abroad to face justice

Dragged back from abroad to face justice

Dragged back from abroad to face justice – the people who fled the UK after committing serious crimes  Manchester Evening News
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South Dakota ranch family got pardon; likely got off light at time of crimes

South Dakota ranch family got pardon; likely got off light at time of crimes

They are not the last cowboy song but they are likely the final full pardons from the 45th President of the United States. And they are being forgiven for breaking some of the most basic food safety laws after having gotten off pretty light to begin with. A posthumous pardon went to Martin F. Jorgensen… Continue Reading
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PA: Importing settlement products is a war crime

PA: Importing settlement products is a war crime

The complaint apparently refers to the United Arab Emirates, which recently signed agreements with settler companies to export their products to the Gulf state.
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Ambitious $4b fertiliser plant gets financial backing, but expert sceptical it will start

Ambitious $4b fertiliser plant gets financial backing, but expert sceptical it will start

A plan for a $4b ammonia, methanol, urea and complex fertiliser plant and power station secures in-principle backing, but an analyst is sceptical the company will be able to procure one of the key elements needed.
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Obono-Obla, Buhari’s ex-aide, arraigned for fraud, certificate forgery

Obono-Obla, Buhari’s ex-aide, arraigned for fraud, certificate forgery

The ICPC says Mr Obono-Obla and his co-defendants conspired to divert about N20 million.
The post Obono-Obla, Buhari’s ex-aide, arraigned for fraud, certificate forgery appeared first on Premium Times Nigeria.
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EFCC arrests 11 suspected internet fraudsters

EFCC arrests 11 suspected internet fraudsters

By Yinka Adeniran, Ibadan The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) Ibadan zonal office on Friday arrested eleven suspected internet fraudsters. They were apprehended by operatives of the Commission who, acting on intelligence, swooped on their hideouts in Osogbo, the Osun State capital. The Commission recovered twelve cars which include three Toyota Highlander SUVs, one […]
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UK body sets billion-pound budget for COVID financial firm collapses

UK body sets billion-pound budget for COVID financial firm collapses

UK body sets billion-pound budget for COVID financial firm collapses
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Beware! Your ‘friend’ from dating app may take all your money away

Beware! Your ‘friend’ from dating app may take all your money away

INTERPOL has received several complaints from different countries in which people were defrauded on online dating apps. It has now issued a ‘Purple Notice’ to its 194 member countries, outlining a specific modus operandi used on these apps to trick people.
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