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Saudi King Salman announced late on Saturday the creation of a new anti-corruption committee chaired by his son Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.
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The MP says whistleblowers allege illegal machine tampering and more.
Especially in light of the importance that government has placed on domestic security in recent weeks.
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Monday's arrests are just the latest of a series of anti-government crackdowns.
It was an unusual assignment, and Australian Federal Police officer Dave Moore wasn't happy about it. "I had a call to go and visit the assistant commissioner," he recounted. "He asked me to keep a lo...
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Found guilty of misconduct in a public office, he is eligible for parole in 2024.
WASHINGTON ― This week, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan held a referendum in which he narrowly won the ability to claim broad new governmental powers. The referendum was treated by internationa...
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Don't mix up your Ian Macdonalds.
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Richard Di Natale is talking tough on corruption.
He will spend Christmas in jail.
The leader was embroiled in a scandal that prompted millions to take the streets in protest.
A culture of aggressive policing, cover-up and intimidation is infecting some police local area commands and driving officers to break their oath of duty. The claims have been made by former NSW polic...
Patrick Hickey is the head of the European Olympics Committee.
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When Sallie-Anne Huckstepp received a phone call from convicted drug dealer Warren Richards, an associate of Arthur "Neddy" Smith and Roger Caleb Rogerson, she left her apartment in a hurry, telling h...
President Muhammadu Buhari, elected last year largely on his vow to fight corruption, has vowed to recover “mind-boggling” sums of money stolen from the oil sector.
Not the sort of news the code was hoping for after a successful Origin I.
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He has been charged by the NSW Electoral Commission for disclosing protected information.
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The Olympics are set to happen as Brazil battles multiple crises.
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Only a Royal Commission can examine whether existing laws are adequate and whether the regulators have the powers and resources they need to address the systemic problems that are so clearly evident in our financial system, and to suggest steps to restore the public's trust in our financial sector.
The sources of this story never asked for money. What they wanted was for some of the wealthiest and most powerful figures in governments and companies across the globe to be exposed for acting corruptly, and with impunity, for years.
Most people remember that the Arab Spring started with a guy who lit himself on fire. What they don’t remember is that he did it as a protest against corruption: Mohamed Bouazizi, a Tunisian fruit ven...
Tennis authorities have strongly denied suppressing evidence of match fixing after an explosive report implicated a "core group of 16 players" in a global betting scandal. Association of Tennis Profes...