10th August 2016
A former Chairman, Appropriation Committee of the House of Representatives, Abdulmumin Jibrin, has said his allegations of corruption against the Speaker, Yakubu Dogara, and some officials of the House stemmed from his desire to fight corruption. “This is what I have always wanted to do; fight and expose corruption in… Read More
10th August 2016
Letter from The Clearing House Endorses Bipartisan Incorporation Transparency and Law Enforcement Assistance Act Read More
10th August 2016
Rizal Commercial Banking Corp (RCBC) officials say they have preserved ties with major U.S. banks despite the use of one of its branches in Manila by cyber criminals to funnel $81 million stolen from the Bangladesh central bank’s account at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. The money was… Read More
10th August 2016
It may be a seller’s market for houses in Texas, but some of the bigger deals are being done with dirty money, federal officials say. The Treasury Department is now hoping to expose some of those buyers and sellers who’ve turned one metro area into a haven for money laundering. Read More
9th August 2016
Cary Huang says unless Communist Party leaders are willing to reform a political system that breeds graft, the capture of more ‘tigers’ is no solution Read More
9th August 2016
The Control and Investigation Board here is investigating over 23 cases of corruption in Al-Ahsa Municipality. A source said Dammam Penal Court is looking into the corruption cases which involve 16 suspects in total, three of them directors of departments in the municipality. “The corruption cases wasted SR68 million of… Read More
9th August 2016
When the Papua New Guinea parliament resumes this afternoon, the fight against corruption is expected to be high on the agenda. The Post Courier reports that the Leader of Government Business James Marape will bring forward a number of anti-graft proposed laws. Communications and Information Technology Minister Jimmy Miringtoro is… Read More
9th August 2016
An Iraqi court closed a corruption case brought against Parliament Speaker Salim al-Jabouri by Defence Minister Khaled al-Obeidi, citing lack of evidence, a judiciary spokesman said on Tuesday. In parliament last week, Obeidi accused Jabouri and five other MPs of lobbying for businesses seeking contracts to sell overpriced planes, vehicles… Read More
9th August 2016
Exposing Graft Cost Official His Job, Led to Charges Read More
9th August 2016
The UK’s gambling regulator has clarified its rules for digital currencies. In an update to its codes of practice issued this July, the UK Gambling Commission (UKGC) outlined how licensees can implement appropriate policies for so-called cash equivalents, a definition under which digital currencies are captured. The policy change appears to… Read More