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‘They Eat Money’: How Mandela’s Political Heirs Grow Rich Off Corruption

“We were happy,” Mr. Ncongwane said, adding, in hindsight, “although we were happy for a crook.” In 2012, Mr. Zwane and agricultural department officials arrived in Vrede to promote the dairy farm project. Flanked by the council [...]
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Nicolas Sarkozy, Ex-President of France, Faces Corruption Charges Over Libyan Cash

Photo In 2007, President Nicolas Sarkozy of France welcomed Col. Muammar el-Qaddafi, then Libya’s leader, to Paris. Credit Maya Vidon/EPA, via Shutterstock [...]
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Journalist’s Killing in Slovakia Forces a Reckoning on Corruption

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The killings of Mr. Kuciak, who worked for Aktuality.sk, a news website, and his fiancée come less than six months after a car bomb killed another journalist, Daphne Caruana Galizia, in Malta. She was also investigating government corruption. The [...]
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In Ukraine, Corruption Is Now Undermining the Military

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The problem has throttled many of the hopes raised in February 2014 by the ouster of Ukraine’s notoriously corrupt, pro-Russian former president, Viktor F. Yanukovych. It has also left the country’s dispirited Western backers and [...]
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New South Africa Leader Faces Old Question: Is There Will to Fight Corruption?

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But Mr. Ramaphosa (pronounced rah-mah-POH-sah) had remained largely silent about corruption during the three years he served as Mr. Zuma’s deputy. In the two-week-long political crisis that led to Mr. Zuma’s forced resignation on [...]
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Guatemala Arrests Ex-President and His Finance Minister in Corruption Case

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Prosecutors said Tuesday that $ 35 million in government money had been paid to a consortium of private bus companies in charge of the system, known as the Transurbano, in a deal approved by Mr. Colom, Mr. Fuentes Knight and other ministers [...]
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Corruption you missed this week: The justice department’s office for access downsizes

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The week started with the State of the Union Address and ended with the GOP-Nunes memo, which was enough excitement to keep everyone busy. In chaotic times, it’s easy to miss other stories about the unjust pursuits and other forms of corruption [...]
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How Corruption and Cronyism in Banking Fueled Iran’s Protests

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Many of the institutions, including those that merged in 2016 to form Caspian, were allowed to gamble with deposits or run Ponzi schemes with impunity for years, in part because they were owned by well-connected elites: religious foundations, [...]
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House Republicans quietly investigate perceived corruption at DOJ, FBI

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A group of House Republicans has gathered secretly for weeks in the Capitol in an effort to build a case that senior leaders of the Justice Department and FBI improperly — and perhaps criminally — mishandled the contents of a dossier that [...]
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Presidential Ally Is Arrested, and Mexico Corruption Investigation Deepens

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Mr. Gutiérrez is being investigated in connection with what former state officials call a nationwide plan to funnel tens of millions of dollars in public money to help the party’s candidates in gubernatorial elections in 2016. The [...]