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UN office, Philippine Ombud workshop on forest crimes mitigation.  The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), in partnership with the Ombudsman, conducted a two-day activity aimed at strengthening regional cooperation to mitigate corruption risks in wildlife and forest crimes.

Izobelle Dungo/Cebu Daily News: http://cebudailynews.inquirer.net/111908/un-office-ombud-finalize-workshop-on-forest-crimes-mitigation

Nepal and Bhutan Feel Ripples from Modi’s War on Corruption.  "On Wednesday morning, the residents of India’s neighbouring countries, such as Bhutan and Nepal, woke up to realise that they too were affected by Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s push to tackle black money and corruption in India."

Devirupa Mitra/The Wire: http://thewire.in/79001/nepal-and-bhutan-feel-ripples-from-modis-war-on-corruption/

Asian football ‘advancing well, but corruption holding it back’.  "For all the new investment and advancements driving unprecedented growth in Asian football, it is an old problem [match-fixing] that is still causing concern at the grassroots."

Today Online: http://www.todayonline.com/sports/football/asian-football-advancing-well-corruption-holding-it-back

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