Daily Corruption News from Transparency International (19 March 2015)
19 March 2015
Today's top story
Kenya: 'Corruption has opened door to al-Shabaab in Kenya'
After 12 years of scandal anti-corruption authorities in Kenya have finally brought charges against key people allegedly involved in what has become known as one of the country’s biggest corruption cases.
Global: Increase in antibiotic-resistant infections linked to government corruption, study finds
Global: More corruption today than 20 years ago
Jamaica Observer (TI mention)
China: China indicts former oil boss on corruption charges
Italy: Italy minister may quit on Friday over graft scandal: sources
Ukraine: Theft of Ukraine’s ‘golden loaf’ reflects the revolution’s failings
US: Poll: New York elected officials should disclose outside jobs, money, voters say
Wall Street Journal
Blogs and opinion
Global: Time for transparency for EU multinationals
Euractiv (TI mention)
Angola: Deadliest country for kids
The New York Times
Turkey: Why is there (almost) no investigative journalism in Turkey?
Today’s Zaman (TI mention)
News from Transparency InternationalWeb feature: #MyHandsAreClean… are yours?
Press release: European Commission and Transparency International join forces for better spending of EU investments