Wednesday, 10 June 2015
Tuesday, 9 June 2015
Today's top story
Global: Russia and Qatar may lose World Cups if evidence of bribery is found
The man responsible for overseeing Fifa’s reform process in the current crisis has confirmed that Russia and Qatar may be stripped of their World Cup hosting rights if conclusive new proof of corruption emerges.
Global: Australian firm bribed Nauru government ministers for special deal: AFP
Sydney Morning Herald
Algeria: Importers and bankers arrested in anti-corruption sweep
The Africa Report
Iran: Deputy of former Iranian president Ahmadinejad arrested
Mexico: Mexicans cast ballots amid discontent about corruption, gang violence
Timor-Leste: Editor insists press freedom a thing of the past in graft-hit Timor
Multimedia of the week
Moldova: In Chisinau, Moldova, thousands demonstrate against corruption and fraud
Radio Free Europe / Radio Liberty
Blogs and opinion
Global: Corruption is the cancer at the heart of so many of the problems we face around the world
The Huffington Post
News from Transparency International
Web feature: Nigeria’s corruption challenge
Web feature: Transparency International condemns conviction of Rafael Marques
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