Venezuelan Opposition Alleges Corruption
The opposition released a recording of what it said was a telephone conversation between a popular television host and a senior Cuban official about infighting and corruption at the top of Venezuela's government.
Former Bank Executive in China Faces Bribe Accusations
The Communist Party has referred the case for a criminal investigation as it continues a drive to combat corruption.
Pakistan’s Railroads Sum Up Nation’s Woes
A train journey across Pakistan highlights the woes of its rail system, which are a microcosm of larger troubles: corruption, economic disparity, political unrest and neglected infrastructure.
Cayman Islands Ex-Premier Denies New Allegations
The former premier of the Cayman Islands who faces charges in a corruption probe is denying allegations that he donated $1 million to a Caribbean university to obtain an honorary PhD.
Australian Government Backdoor Internet Filter Shuts Down 1,000 Websites
An anonymous reader writes "The Australian government has secretly censored over 1,000 web sites through a hitherto-unused internet censorship law. In April the Melbourne Free University was blocked without any explanation. Section 313 of the Telecommunications Act allows the government to close web sites without warning to "uphold laws, protect public revenue and safeguard national security". This is open to abuse as Australians only have limited free speech rights which already make it difficult for the press to report corruption."