More than half of Mexican companies surveyed for a study released July 3 reported paying bribes to expedite business procedures in 2016.
Seven people were arraigned Thursday as part of a 40-count indictment alleging widespread public corruption in Oyster Bay, a town in Nassau County on Long Island, New York.
Brazilian authorities issued arrest warrants on Thursday for nearly 100 military police officers and about 70 traffickers and other criminals suspected of being part of a corruption scheme in an impoverished district of Rio de Janeiro, the Rio Times reported.
A top Colombian anti-corruption official and an attorney have been arrested on money laundering charges filed in Miami in connection with a bribery scheme, the Miami Herald reported Tuesday.
Prosecutors filed corruption charges Monday against Brazil’s President Michel Temer, claiming that he planned to receive a total of 38 million reals (US$ 11.5 million) in bribes from the country’s largest meat processing company.
New UK legislation goes into effect Monday regulating Scottish Limited Partnerships (SLPs), a unique corporate structure that has been increasingly abused by money launderers.
The former president of Panama, Ricardo Martinelli, was arrested in Miami on Monday on allegations of corruption and political espionage, the Miami Herald reported.
A U.S. Army colonel, his wife, and a former defense contractor wereindicted Thursdayfor running a bribery and fraud scheme involving rigging military contracts.
The head of an Kyrgyz opposition party and an ex-minister went on trial Monday for allegedly receiving US$ one million from a Russian businessman for helping him buy a Kyrgyz mobile operator.
The aide of former president Goodluck Jonathan and three other Nigerian ex-officials have been named in a massive US$ 20 million Swiss bribery scandal, media reported Sunday.
The Council of Europe launched an investigation on Tuesday into allegations that some of its members accepted bribes from Azerbaijan in exchange for favors, the BBC reported.
Dominican Republic authorities said Monday they arrested a cabinet minister and several top-level officials for their connection to the widening bribery scandal involving the Brazilian company Odebrecht.
Petrofac, an international oilfield services provider, announced Thursday that it suspended its Chief Operating Officer in response to a criminal investigation by the UK Serious Fraud Office (SFO).
Former South Korean President Park Geun-hye pleaded not guilty on Tuesday in the first hearing of a criminal trial that could see her imprisoned for life.
U.S. Navy Admiral, Robert Gilbeau, was sentenced on Wednesday to 18 months in prison for lying to investigators about his dealings with a foreign defense contractor who is at the center of a major corruption scandal.
The most popular president in Brazilian history, Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, was grilled for five hours in court Wednesday by the country’s top anti-corruption judge for his alleged role in the unfolding Petrobras scandal.
A U.K. judge ordered Eurasian Natural Resources Corp. (ENRC) to hand over to criminal investigators documents the company claims are subject to legal privilege, Bloomberg reported Tuesday.
An Argentine prosecutor, in charge of an investigation into police corruption, was found bound and gagged in his office next to a death threat written in sugar, media reported Wednesday.
A US federal court convicted a former Guinea minister of laundering US$8.5 million in bribes he took from a Chinese tycoon in exchange for mining rights in Guinea, media reported Wednesday.
Former head of China’s National Bureau of Statistics, Wang Baoan, was indicted Tuesday on bribery suspicions, the official Xinhua News Agency reported.
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