A Polish court says the two founders of a notorious pyramid scheme are guilty of fraud for cheating thousands of people out of their savings, worth $219 million, in one of the nation's biggest financial scandals
Austria's leader is apparently preparing to force out the country's interior minister, a prominent and divisive figure in the far-right Freedom Party, after the vice chancellor resigned in a scandal over a covertly filmed video
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Authorities in Turkey have issued detention warrants for 249 people as part of an investigation into alleged cheating during exams to recruit Foreign Ministry staff between 2010 and 2013
The five separatist leaders on trial for Catalonia's 2017 secession attempt who were elected to the Spanish Parliament last month have picked up their official credentials under police escort.