22:30 | July 11, 2018
A hefty fine was levied on a Spain-based sports media company after its US arm admitted to bribing soccer officials in Latin America with millions of dollars for rights to World Cup matches, prosecutors announced on Tuesday.
13:48 | June 20, 2018
Law enforcement officials today found large amounts of canned meat, cigarettes, bandages, bullets, personal grooming supplies and undergarments destined for soldiers in the Artsakh Defense Army at a house owned by Manvel Grigoryan in Artsakh.
21:45 | February 27, 2018
A senior Ukrainian prosecutor has said it is unlikely that Ukraine’s long overdue new Anti-Corruption Court will begin work this year, Unian Information Agency reported on Monday.
22:12 | February 19, 2018
Latvian anti-corruption authorities detained the veteran governor of the Latvian Central Bank, Ilmars Rimsevics, the office of the country’s Prime Minister announced on Sunday.
14:03 | February 15, 2018
The mayor of Odessa and his deputy were arrested on Wednesday morning at the Boryspil international airport near Kyiv on suspicion of embezzling state property, the National Anticorruption Bureau of Ukraine, NABU, announced.
23:00 | February 9, 2018
The EU's migration chief has branded Greek prosecutors “perjurers” after he was named in a major corruption investigation into whether top politicians were paid bribes in exchange for fixing the price of various medicines.
18:35 | February 1, 2018
Attorney General Sheikh Saud al-Mojeb announced on Tuesday the end of a three-month corruption probe which yielded US$100 billion in recuperated capital and resulted in 56 royal family members being jailed, the Guardian reported.
15:57 | December 13, 2017
Britain announced on Monday the creation of a new National Economic Crime Center (NECC) to crack down on money laundering, which is estimated to cost taxpaying households in the United Kingdom US$ 340 each year.
20:49 | December 4, 2017
Around 20,000 Israelis gathered in an upscale Tel Aviv neighborhood Saturday night to protest government corruption and an impending bill in the Israeli Knesset, reported Reuters and Israeli media.
00:18 | December 1, 2017
A trial with the Federal District Court in Manhattan went high-profile Thursday after an Iranian-Turkish businessman came forward with detailed testimony implicating the highest levels of the Turkish government in a sanctions-busting scheme, the New York Times reported.
00:16 | December 1, 2017
The US Justice Department will expand benefits for companies to voluntarily report employees’ acts of foreign bribery in a new Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), said Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein on Wednesday.
15:19 | November 23, 2017
FIFA’s independent Ethics Committee on Tuesday banned three former football officials for life from all national and international activities related to the sport, wrote a FIFA press statement.
21:52 | October 13, 2017
The Office of the Attorney General of Switzerland (OAG) announced on Thursday it is investigating the former head of Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) football club and beIN media agency and a former FIFA top-level executive over allegations of corruption.
22:25 | October 12, 2017
Former Portuguese socialist prime minister, Jose Socrates, was indicted along with 18 individuals and nine companies in connection with an investigation into suspected tax fraud, corruption and money laundering, the country's prosecutor general's office announced on Wednesday.
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