Airbus announced on its website this week an agreement in principle with French, British and American authorities investigating the giant aviation firm for bribery and corruption.
Israel's attorney general has filed Tuesday an indictment against the country’s longest-serving prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, only hours after he announced that he was withdrawing his immunity bid from a pending indictment in three graft cases against him, the BBC reported.
A lawsuit released Monday seeks to permanently ban Martin Shkreli and associate Kevin Mulleady from the pharmaceutical industry for their role in 2015 in increasing the price of a life-saving drug by more than 4,000 percent.
Spanish and Colombian authorities detained 12 drug trafficking suspects who allegedly used vehicles from their car dealerships, repair shops and caravan parks to move cocaine around and their businesses to launder money, Europol announced on Thursday.
The president of Tanzania fired Interior Minister Kangi Lugola on Thursday, accusing him of mismanaging a US$453 million firefighting equipment contract, Anadolu Agency reported.
Sub-Saharan Africa’s third largest oil producer, the Republic of the Congo’s state-owned oil company, Société nationale des pétroles du Congo (SNPC) is carrying billions of dollars in debt, according to a Global Witness report released on Monday.
In the largest drug seizure in at least several years in Bosnia and Herzegovina, police have confiscated some 400 kilograms of skunk (cannabis) worth several million dollars in the central Bosnian town of Gornji Vakuf, the State Investigation and Protection Agency (SIPA) said in a statement Monday.
Just hours after Angolan authorities named him suspect in a criminal investigation, police in Lisbon found the senior manager of a Portuguse bank dead in his home.
Brazil’s State Prosecution Office has filed a criminal complaint against Glenn Greenwald, journalist and co-founder of the Intercept on Tuesday, accusing him of having illegally obtained a series of online chats between prosecutors and the judge who was overseeing Brazil’s biggest corruption case, Operation Car Wash.
Anti-graft efforts are stagnating or showing signs of backsliding in more than two-thirds of the world’s countries, including the most advanced economies of the G7, Transparency International (TI) warned on Thursday in its 2019 Corruption Perception Index (CPI).