Equatorial Guinea said it wants to rejoin a group that works on curbing corruption in resource-rich countries after it was kicked out in 2010 for repressing civil society and keeping oil, gas and mining revenues secret.
American luxury jewelry retailer Tiffany announced Wednesday that it will begin disclosing the origins of its diamonds as part of an unprecedented transparency initiative in the traditionally opaque industry.
A Bangkok court convicted 62 people Wednesday of offenses including organized transnational crime and forcible detention leading to death in Thailand’s largest human trafficking trial to date.
Tajikistan has launched an "unrelenting assault" on lawyers by harassing, prosecuting and imprisoning those who take up defense of government critics, according to an Amnesty International report released Tuesday.
A Kazakh journalist and civic activist was stabbed in the stomach on an overnight train Sunday before he was due to meet with European officials to discuss shrinking press freedoms.
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