A Japanese official who led the successful bid for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics said on Wednesday the Japanese Olympic Committee (JOC) plans to investigate the bidding after questions were raised about payments by the bid committee.
The leaked "Panama Papers" exposing holders of thousands of hidden bank accounts for possible violations of anti-bribery law could form the basis for a review by the US Securities and Exchange Commission for possible signs of corruptio
A Flydubai passenger plane crashed in Russia last month after being flown in a contradictory manner minutes before it smashed into the ground, a statement from investigators said on Friday, suggesting pilot error was to blame.
An investigation into suspected witchcraft has been demanded after a collection of what appear to be talismans featuring women’s names washed up on a Bahrain shore. The items were discovered on the Budaiya coast on Saturday (November 7)
Diplomats are investigating the complaints of four Indian workers who claim that they have been beaten, abused and not been paid by their employer. Thomas Devasia, 32, Jithesh Arattankandi, 30, Praveen Narayanan, 30 and Asheraf Kunnoth Meethal
A Saudi Arabian court has ordered a probe find out whether a man, accused of money laundering SR2 billion ($532 million), has other accounts and property in the UAE, India and China, a report said.
The Saudi man, in his 30s, shoul
Success of a new international inquiry aimed at assigning blame for chemical weapons attacks during Syria's four-year-old civil war will require full co-operation of all warring parties, UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said on Thursday.
A Bahrain-born banker’s son is calling for the investigation into his father’s grisly death in Malaysia two years ago to be reopened. Hussan Ahmed Najadi, 75, was gunned down as he was leaving a Chinese temple in Kuala Lumpur on Ju
An investigation has been launched into a worksite accident that resulted in the death of an expatriate labourer. Gobinha Rai, a 41-year-old Nepalese national, was electrocuted yesterday while cleaning a ship docked at the Arab Ship Repairing
Financially-troubled Saudi Arabian contractor Mohammed Al Mojil Group (MMG) has had a number of board members referred to the kingdom's Bureau of Investigation and Public Prosecution, a statement from the Ministry of Commerce said on Sunday.