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Fake drug officials active in India

The Indian government has warned both Indian and foreign pharmaceutical companies to beware of a scam involving people posing as U.S. FDA officials. The officials have been demanding cash payments for approvals.
In the Media by Tim Sandle - 1 comment

Lab detectives help expose art fakes

Paris - In under two weeks, the art world has been rocked by cases of forgery in which paintings with a potential value of millions were unmasked as worthless fakes.The two episodes, entailing a bogus Marc Chagall and a Ferdinand Leger, have shed light on the ...
In the Media by Véronique Martinache (AFP)

Hunt is on for fake sign language interpreter at Mandela memorial

Pretoria - As the world watched the mass memorial service for the late Nelson Mandela, former South African President, a man stood there, gesticulating "sign language" for hours, but his movements meant nothing.
In the Media by Anne Sewell - 10 comments

Passengers ejected from Air Canada flight due to fake tickets

Air Canada is investigating how five people boarded an Air Canada flight with fake tickets on Friday. The flight was bound for Toronto.
In the Media by Owen Weldon - 4 comments

Madrid man arrested for phantom airline scam defrauding 67 people

Madrid - A Madrid man has been arrested by Spanish police after setting up a fake airline and cheating 67 "passengers" out of a total of €50,000, booking them on a flight to Paraguay that didn't exist.
In the Media by Anne Sewell

Game of Thrones: Judge sends self-styled King of Germany to jail

Neustadt - 48-year-old Peter Fitzek, who claims to rule a nine-hectare kingdom in Germany, has been sent to jail. He got into trouble for using a fake driving license issued by his imaginary kingdom, "New Germany."
In the Media by Anne Sewell

Japanese man arrested for making 28,000 prank emergency calls

Tokyo - In what could possibly have been the height of sheer boredom, or maybe a touch of paranoia, a Tokyo man has been arrested for making 28,000 prank calls to the local emergency number 110.
In the Media by Anne Sewell - 3 comments

Spanish police catch up with gang making Ferrari knock-offs

Valencia - If you've been to the beach in southern Spain, you have been offered fake "brand-name" handbags, watches etc. by the Senegalese "lookie-lookie" men. Now it seems things got a tad more serious as other criminals managed to produce fake Ferraris for sale.
In the Media by Anne Sewell

Teenage prank goes horribly wrong in 'kidnapping' scare

Valencia - When a teenage girl decided to play a prank on her father, things went terribly wrong, as a Spanish police officer stopped his vehicle and pulled a gun on him. However, it could have been much, much worse.
In the Media by Anne Sewell - 1 comment

Photos of alleged Photoshopped Iranian fighter jet go viral

Tehran - New photos of Iran's recently unveiled stealth fighter are going viral, with many claiming the photos appear to have been Photoshopped.
In the Media by Greta McClain - 2 comments
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Consider these conundrums: 1. A brilliant geek invents a 3D printer which replicates flawlessly the Mona Lisa....
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Pharma societies in Europe unite to tackle counterfeit drugs

Pharmaceutical societies in Europe are collaborating to tackle the growing concern of counterfeit drugs which are...
Jan 30, 2012 in  Health by Tim Sandle - 1 comment


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