Daily Corruption News: 27 November 2015

Filed under - Youth

Posted 27 November 2015

Today's top story

Kenya: Pope warns Kenyan youths against 'sugar of corruption'

Pope Francis urged young Kenyans on Friday not to succumb to the sweet lure of corruption, and urged them to help those tempted by "fanatical" ideologies.

More news

Global: Bitcoin's journey from money laundering appeal to teaching the banks
Australian Financial Review

China: Chinese activist Yang Maodong jailed for six years

China: King Coal’s misrule

Dominican Republic: Participación condena represión del Gobierno contra manifestantes anti corrupción (Participación condemns government repression of anti-corruption protesters)
7 Días (TI mention)

El Salvador: El Salvador breaks up corruption ring of judges, lawyers
Associated Press

Ukraine: Corruption allegations magnify discord in president's camp
Kyiv Post

Vietnam: Vietnamese law to allow corrupt officials will escape death penalty if they pay back bribes
Associated Press

Blogs and opinion

Canada: Corruption in the green energy sector costs Ontarians
Huffington Post

Fiji: Ridding corruption
The Fiji Times (TI mention)

News from Transparency International

On the web: How transparent are telecommunications companies?
Press release: Fighting corruption to be at the forefront of the Commonwealth

Country / Territory - Kenya   
Region - Sub-Saharan Africa   
Language(s) - English   
Topic - Advocacy   |   Civil society   |   Law enforcement   |   Youth   
Tags - Catholic church   |   Pope Francis   

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