Daily Corruption News: 7 January 2016

Filed under - Land management

Posted 7 January 2016

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Malaysia: Malaysia detains officials in bauxite mine corruption probe

Malaysia detained four government officials on suspicion of taking bribes as it expanded a crackdown on bauxite mining after the nation’s anti-graft agency said it found “elements of corruption” committed in the extraction of the ore.

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Global: Honduran FIFA official agrees to extradition

Global: Norway fund blacklists China's 'corrupt' ZTE
The Local Norway

Global: Son of ex-IAAF president Diack and 2 Russian officials banned from athletics for life
Associated Press

Brazil: Brazil prosecutors study text messages to Rousseff aide, Petrobras CEO

China: China corruption watchdog probes Fosun anti-graft executive

Indonesia: Nazaruddin still collecting bribes from behind bars
Jakarta Post

UK: Co-operative Group accused of covering up corruption allegations
The Guardian

US: Preet Bharara slams 'good people' who fail to speak up about corruption
New York Daily News

Blogs and opinion

Global: Bank culture just one side of a strategic trilemma

Macedonia: Politics in Macedonia has descended into a corrupt soap opera
The Conversation

News from Transparency International

On the web: Investigative journalism: uncovering corruption
Press release: Media advisory: Corruption Perceptions Index to be launched 27 January 2016

Country / Territory - Malaysia   
Region - Asia Pacific   
Language(s) - English   
Topic - Climate governance   |   Environment   |   Land management   |   Law enforcement   |   Politics and government   

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