42 people are charged for their role in the alleged so-called “Car Wash” probe.
A court in Vietnam has handed a 17-year prison sentence to a tycoon at the heart of a corruption scandal.
Brazil’s epic “Car Wash” corruption investigation has taken down presidents and led to the largest corporate leniency deal ever signed.
Somalia joins the world in marking the International Anti-Corruption Day fighting vice.
Malaysian prosecutors charge a former ally of Razak with multiple counts of corruption.
The tenth anniversary of the global financial crisis has provided the occasion for serious reflection about the prevention and resolution of financial and economic crises, and whether the key lessons from the crisis have been addressed.
Vietnam’s National Assembly elects Nguyen Phu Trong as the country’s new president.
Allegations of spot-fixing by English cricketers are dismissed.
The Transport Ministry is looking into alleged corruption involving 14 sacked ministry officials who were tasked with overseeing container truck weighing stations across a number of National Roads.
Malaysia’s anti-graft agency arrests former first lady Rosmah Mansor.
Former Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak has finally been charged with corruption relating to the 1MBD financial scam.
Anti-Corruption unit president says his unit has received 35 complaints in September.
Second Lieutenant Keo Rath Vityea said that corruption remains unchecked.
A National Military Police taskforce has opened a corruption investigation against Brigadier General Kong Saokun, Preah Vihear provincial military police commander, who is suspected of funnelling about $20,000 from the Royal Cambodian Armed Forces.
President of Khmer Republican Party, Lon Rith, sat down with Khmer Times to discuss past, current and future political issues in Cambodia.
Director general of Taxation Department, discusses allegations of fraud and corruption.
Citizens are called to file complaints against officials who demand additional money.
Cricket Australia has reviews spot-fixing allegations contained in a new documentary.
The Funcinpec party has warned its party members who allegedly scrambled to bribe their way to get jobs in the new government, saying that they could face corruption charges.
While Prime Minister Hun Sen may be inclined to adopt some measures of “old wine in a new bottle”, the fact that some party seniors are talking about “old wine in an old bottle” is troubling to say the least.
The Philippine National Police dismiss 2,181 rogue police officers from the force since President Rodrigo Duterte took office.
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.
A complaint over tax evasion against president of local rights group Adhoc and his wife.
Peru will hold a referendum to “legitimise” judicial reforms.
Grupo Aeroportuario de la Ciudad de Mexico has suspended four contract tenders while the country’s president-elect decides on the project’s future.
Philippine President Duterte vowes to intensify his administration’s war on drugs.
The Tunisian parliament has approved a law to combat illicit enrichment.
The Transparency Corruption Index in 2017 ranked Cambodia number 161 out of 175 countries.
The Anti-Corruption Unit starts registering volunteer observers for the Grade 12 National Exam to monitor the process.
The Anti-Corruption Unit started registering volunteer observers for the grade 12 National Exam to monitor the process and guard against cheating.