THE trial of five former National Police officers, accused of soliciting bribes in exchange for the release of 18 Chinese nationals, began yesterday.
ACU officials arrest the Pursat provincial land management department director.
Court charges three National Police officers with accepting bribes to release Chinese.
UN: N Koreans are forced to pay bribes to survive in their isolated country.
The immigration police chief of O’Smach Checkpoint is warned over graft.
Kampong Speu Court and police chief deny accusations that two suspected thieves were released from custody after paying bribes.
Second Lieutenant Keo Rath Vityea said that corruption remains unchecked.
Interior Minister Sar Kheng warns firefighters to not demand bribes in return for performing their duties.
Argentina has reached a deal with Brazil to use testimony reached through plea bargains in the “Operation Car Wash” corruption case in local graft investigations.
The new online vehicle registration system has been a success, Ministry says.
The first witness in the FIFA trial painted a damning picture of corruption in South American football.
Funcinpec files another lawsuit against former deputy prime minister Lu Lay Sreng.
A journalist is summoned to appear in court over allegations she defamed the director of the local mines and energy department.
The Ministry of Cults will take action against the director of its provincial department, after the civil servant allegedly took bribes.
The military court charges two for bribing exam candidates hoping to join the forces.
The Defence Ministry is ordering applicants not to pay bribes to pass entrance exams.
Up to 100 loggers have been raiding forests in Pursat province’s Kravanh district on a daily basis for the past month.
The allegation was levelled against the traffic police department by Bayon Times.
Weighing stations threatened with legal action after footage points to corruption.