A new multinational effort was launched Wednesday to tackle grand corruption, a criminal category that can include bribery of public officials, embezzlement, abuse of power and money laundering of proceeds from crime.
Chinese anti-corruption authorities published Thursday the foreign addresses for 22 of its "most wanted" suspects, who they believe to be living around the world in plain sight.
The High Court in Auckland sent Tuesday a Hong Kong man behind bars for 11 and a half years for his involvement in a multi-million dollar Chinese drug syndicate, New Zealand media reported.
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