On Monday, a Thai court approved a multi million-dollar lawsuit against King Power, the company that owns the English football club Leicester City, reported The Guardian.
Ukrainian prosecutors sent on Friday their indictment against former tax chief and close confidant of President Petro Poroshenko to court, claiming he abused his office and forged documents related to US$ 75 million in tax evasion.
Israeli police probed PM Benjamin Netanyahu a fifth time on Thursday for suspected involvement in two corruption cases, reported Reuters.
The “Fat Leonard” corruption investigation has grown over the past few years to involve 440 active-duty and retired US Navy personnel, including 60 current and former admirals, suspected of being connected to the Singapore-based maritime tycoon who defrauded the Navy of nearly US$ 35 million.
The International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) promised on Tuesday to strengthen the network’s anti-graft efforts and crack down on staff that committed fraud during the Ebola crisis, reported Reuters.
Hundreds of Guatemalans took to the streets Tuesday, demanding president Jimmy Morales who has been accused of corruption steps down from office, the AFP reported.
A Pakistani court dismissed on Wednesday a plea made by ousted Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and his family to club three corruption cases into one.
Three former South American soccer officials faced a judge in a New York courtroom on Monday over accusations related to the FIFA corruption scandal, The Guardian reported.
The Saudi Arabia's new anti-corruption committee has ordered the arrest on Saturday of 11 princes and 38 others, including sitting and former ministers as well as business tycoons, in raids across the country's capital Riyadh.
Nawaz Sharif, the ousted prime minister, returned to Pakistan from the UK this week in order to face an anti-graft court, reported The Economic Times.
The Tel Aviv magistrate’s court has indicted a former tourism minister who pleaded guilty to fraud and breach of trust in connection with funding for a student festival.
Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari sacked two senior government officials on Monday following recommendations from an anti-corruption panel, OCCRP partner Premium Times reported.
Spanish police arrested a former Venezuelan deputy minister and three former government and state company officials on suspicion of involvement in a massive alleged bribery plot at the country’s state oil company PDVSA, Spain’s Civil Guard said Friday, according to Reuters.
Brazil lawmakers have voted on Wednesday for the second time to block President Michel Temer’s trial on corruption charges that would have forced him to step down for at least six months.
A Brooklyn federal judge sentenced on Wednesday a former Guatemalan soccer official to eight months in prison for wire fraud and wire fraud conspiracy in the first US conviction related to the FIFA corruption scandal.
German prosecutors are investigating possible bribery related to the construction of a pipeline that pumps gas from Russia to Germany through the Baltic Sea, the German magazine Stern reported Wednesday.
The US District Court in Philadelphia sentenced on Tuesday the former District Attorney R. Seth Williams to five years in federal prison for accepting bribes from benefactors in return for favors, reported Reuters.
European Union leaders have called on Malta to thoroughly investigate into the killing of the country's prominent journalist at the same time the EU parliament plans debate on media freedom and protection of journalists on the island, news agency Reuters reported.
ISLAMABAD – Ousted from office for corruption this summer, former Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, along with his daughter and son-in-law, was indicted Thursday on charges stemming from revelations in the Panama Papers.
For the first time, a Slovak court is sending high-level politicians to prison for corruption.
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