Daily Corruption News: 17 September 2014

Filed under - Law enforcement

Posted 17 September 2014

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Israel: Celebrity rabbi takes plea bargain over bribery
Associated Press

A multimillionaire Israeli celebrity rabbi with a following in the U.S. has accepted a plea bargain in a high-profile bribery case and could face a year in prison, an Israeli official said Wednesday, bringing closer an end to one of the rabbi's various legal sagas.

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Global: France drops case against Iranian dissidents after 11-year probe

Global: British Virgin Islands suffer amidst push against money laundering
Financial Times

Egypt: Power cuts biggest hurdle to investment in Egypt -minister

Hong Kong: Hong Kong media magnate Jimmy Lai in visit to anti-graft agency

Ukraine: Corrupt Ukrainian politicians have a taste for mansions
Foreign Policy

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China: China’s man for any season
Deutsche Welle

News from Transparency International

Web feature: Tell the G20 to take action against secret company ownership #unmaskthecorrupt
On the blog: A promising step in Costa Rica: Now for the real challenge

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