29th June 2016
The two leaders of the People’s Party offered to resign on Wednesday, taking “political” responsibility for a high-profile corruption scandal involving three members of the fledgling minor opposition party. Reps. Ahn Cheol-soo and Chun Jung-bae announced their decision to step down as the party reels from the scandal that erupted… Read More
29th June 2016
I’ve been investigating corruption in the oil, gas and mining industries for nearly 20 years, and today feels historic. Here’s why: on Monday, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) announced a landmark transparency rule which requires U.S.-listed companies in these industries to publish details of the payments they make… Read More
29th June 2016
Thomson Reuters 'working furiously' to secure 2.2 million sensitive records. Read More
29th June 2016
A Mumbai Special Court on Wednesday ordered Vijay Mallya, head of the defunct Kingfisher Airlines, to appear before it on 29 July regarding money laundering cases filed against him. Special Judge PR Bhavake told Mallya, now in Britain, to appear before him at 11 am on 29 July. In the… Read More
29th June 2016
Whether bitcoin is actual currency is at the forefront of a first-of-its-kind money-laundering case in Florida to be decided Friday. In February 2014, Michel Espinoza was arrested in a Miami Beach motel for agreeing to sell $30,000 worth of bitcoin to an undercover police officer he had met on an… Read More
29th June 2016
Nelson Mandela Bay Mayor Danny Jordaan says he has never committed any fraud and took part in no corruption in the build up to the 2010 Fifa World Cup. In an exclusive interview with Eyewitness News, Jordaan has dismissed claims that he or South African Football Association (Safa) paid a… Read More
29th June 2016
The agency had filed a 20,000-page charge sheet against NSEL and 67 others in a Mumbai court in March last year, explaining NSEL funds were laundered and "illegally plouged into purchase private properties" Read More
29th June 2016
German Chancellor Angela Merkel confirmed Tuesday night that the European Union would extend economic sanctions against Russia, according to The Wall Street Journal. Read More
29th June 2016
Convicting an elected official on corruption charges just got a lot harder. Government watchdogs say the Supreme Court’s decision on Monday to toss out the conviction and two-year prison sentence of former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell (R) will create new hurdles for prosecutors. “Bribery was already a very tough charge… Read More
29th June 2016
Labor Leader Bill Shorten has opened the door to establishing a federal corruption watchdog in the wake of the Eddie Obeid scandal. Read More