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THE WALL STREET JOURNAL
China Probes Former Top Securities Regulator for Corruption

China’s anticorruption agencies are investigating a former top securities regulator for allegedly violating the law and flouting Communist Party regulations.

Al Jazeera
Cleaning up corruption in Malaysia goes beyond Najib

For those of us who have spent years on the front lines of the fight against corruption in Malaysia, last month marked an historic first. Former Prime Minister Najib Razak finally faced trial in one of the dozens of cases against him. Najib has been accused of syphoning off hundreds of millions of dollars of public funds from the 1MDB sovereign wealth fund into his own personal accounts.

CBS NEWS
How the Danske Bank money-laundering scheme involving $230 billion unraveled

It could be the biggest money-laundering scheme in history, with suspicious money flowing from Russia and former Soviet republics.

NIKKEI ASIAN REVIEW
Japan eyes cryptocurrencies as it toughens money laundering laws

Last year authorities arrived at cryptocurrency exchange operator FSHO's one-room office in a Yokohama business district for an on-site inspection. They discovered multiple suspicious transactions.

Channel News Asia
Ex-vice justice minister arrested for bribery in South Korea

A former South Korean vice justice minister has been arrested on allegations of bribery, including being provided with prostitutes by a construction contractor.

BBC NEWS
PSG boss Al-Khelaifi charged with athletics corruption

A French judge has charged the president of Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) football club, Nasser Al-Khelaifi, with corruption over Qatari bids to host the world athletics championships.

Bloomberg
Manafort Banker Charged With Bribery in Seeking Trump Post

A Chicago banker who lent millions of dollars to Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort was charged by prosecutors with bribery for seeking a post in the Trump administration in return for $16 million in loans.

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Al Jazeera
Austrian far-right ministers to resign amid corruption fallout

All remaining ministers from Austria's far-right Freedom Party (FPO) are to resign, a party spokesman said, after Interior Minister Herbert Kickl was fired in the fallout from a corruption scandal that has brought down the government.

Bloomberg
U.S. Eyes More Kleptocrat Sanctions in Crackdown on Corruption

The U.S. Treasury plans to expand its efforts to crack down on kleptocrats in a bid to promote “systemic change” in countries fighting corruption.

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INDEPENDENT
Man City Champions League ban: FFP allegations, punishments and cost explained

Manchester City could be facing a ban from the Champions League after Uefa escalated their investigation into potential breaches of Financial Fair Play (FFP) rules.

Al Jazeera
Argentina's ex-President Kirchner faces first corruption trial

All eyes in Argentina will be on a courtroom in Buenos Aires on Tuesday as the first corruption trial begins against former President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner, who remains one of the most polarising figures in the country.

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