The UN investigator assigned to review Jamal Khashoggi’s murder in the Saudi Arabian consulate in Turkey held on Wednesday Saudi Arabia responsible for actions she called an ‘international crime’ and is expected to deliver her 100-page report to the UN next week.
Walmart agreed to a settlement after US authorities accused the world’s largest retailer on Thursday of bribing foreign officials through middlemen in order to expand business in Latin America and Asia.
The retired head of Serbia’s Criminal Police confirmed years-long rumors about the complex ties between the country’s police, politicians, and criminal groups in an exclusive interview with NIN and OCCRP-partner KRIK, published Thursday.
Traditionally without explaining why, Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev reshuffled the country’s cabinet on Thursday, rotating various ministers and their deputies and even appointing one as minister of a ministry he dissolved in January.
Meng Hongwei, the former Interpol president whose mysterious disappearance in September became the subject of international headlines, plead guilty on Thursday to having taken over US$2 million in bribes over much of the course of his lengthy and prominent career in public office, Chinese state media reported.
Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy lost an appeal to avoid standing trial for an investigation into his 2007 presidential campaign, his lawyer told Reuters on Wednesday.
Moldova’s new Prime Minister asked on Friday for the resignation of the General Prosecutor, after journalists from RISE Moldova revealed that one of his prosecutors had authorized the wiretapping of 52 activists and opposition leaders.
The Russian government removed the names of all Crimean business owners from the public registry on Tuesday in a move that scorned anti-corruption and organized crime advocates throughout the region.
Four United States senators have introduced a bipartisan bill intended to put an end to the country’s status as a premiere destination for financial crime.