Daily Corruption News: 23 April 2014

Filed under - Sport

Posted 23 April 2014

Today's top story

Global: FIFA urged to back Garcia probe Qatar World Cup
Associated Press

FIFA's reputation depends on resolving allegations about Qatar's selection as 2022 World Cup host, according to the governing body's anti-corruption advisers.

More news

Global: New EU law to help investors pick good corporate citizens

Afghanistan: Reports of fraud and violence temper joy over election in chaotic Afghan district
New York Times

India: IPL corruption claims: Court rejects IPL probe panel

Lebanon: Woman breaks taboos, announces candidacy
The Daily Star

Malawi: Ridding Malawi of corruption is vital – presidential candidates
Nyasa Times

Russia: Russian court convicts anti-corruption blogger Alexei Navalny of libel over a tweet

Blogs and opinion

Global: UK government sends phantom firms on ‘permanent holiday’
Thomson Reuters Foundation

Bangladesh: Don Cayo: Strict checks and balances help NGOs combat corruption
The Vancouver Sun

News from Transparency International

On the blog: Time for action: Lebanese citizens against corruption
Web feature: Key anti-corruption ingredients for constitutions

Topic - Sport   
Tags - FIFA   |   Football   

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