Just a coffee or a deal that should support Italy’s far-right Lega party and allow Putin to further destabilize the EU? This is the question Italian deputy Prime Minister Matteo Salvini may have to answer soon.
More than one in four people across 35 African countries paid bribes in the past year to access public resources, according to a new report from Transparency International published Thursday.
A new and sweeping effort to combat environmental crime and wildlife trafficking has led to the rescue of thousands of live animals and animal products, and the identification of 600 suspects, an Interpol press release announced Wednesday.
A senior judge at Pakistan’s anti-corruption court denied on Sunday that he was blackmailed into convicting ousted prime minister Nawaz Sharif of graft last year. The denial comes after Sharif's party showed secret videos alleging the judge was intimidated over the case.
As Pakistan continues to arrest corrupt officials under the direction of Prime Minister Imran Khan, some officials have slowed major programs in fear of being persecuted.
In the hopes of better protecting its judges’ identities, Brazil’s Rio de Janeiro State Court has initiated the creation of special “faceless” courts to prosecute cases of corruption and organized crime, local media reported Sunday.
For 50p (0.62 cents) an hour, Polish nationals were forced to work on farms, recycling centers and turkey factories in what British authorities are calling the country’s largest modern-day slavery enterprise.
American millionaire and sex offender Jeffrey Epstein was met with handcuffs when he disembarked from his private jet at New Jersey’s Teterboro airport on Saturday, while across the Hudson river FBI agents crow-barred their way through the tall oak doors of his Upper East Side townhouse, reportedly the largest private residence in New York.
Filming near the residence of Russian president Vladimir Putin may be paid with freedom, which happened to three journalists who were detained on Monday in Moscow, Russian media reported.
More people were killed in homicides during 2017 than were killed in armed conflict, a United Nations report published Monday revealed.