From: Ethical Alliance Daily News - 01 Dec 2016


 

World: Panama Papers: Europol links 3,500 names to suspected criminals
Dec 01, 2016 08:00 pm
Almost 3,500 individuals and companies in the Panama Papers are probable matches for suspected criminals including terrorists, cybercriminals and cigarette smugglers, according to a document seen by the Guardian. The analysis, which was carried out by Europol, the EU’s law...
India has threatened to punish private jet operators that fly to small and remote airports without police clearance as Prime Minister Narendra Modi tries to plug loopholes in his campaign against unaccounted money. A group of private jet operators, which counts...
In what appears to be a departure from standard procedure,Vietnam’s Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has banned government officials from offering gifts to their superiors for the upcoming Lunar New Year, known locally as Tet. “I have instructed them (government...
The Ukrainian Anti-Corruption Bureau in the coming days is set to make public the first results of the inspection of electronic declarations, which were submitted by senior officials under the e-declaration system. Under the system that was launched in September...
Prosecutors investigating Brazil’s biggest-ever graft scandal threatened to resign en masse on Wednesday if a move to gut an anti-corruption bill won approval from legislators as the nation mourns an air disaster. The lower chamber of Congress passed the bill...
In a landmark ruling, the Jakarta Military Court has sentenced a one-star Indonesian Military (TNI) general to life for embezzling US$12 million through defense weaponry procurement between 2010 and 2014. The verdict, which was read out in an open hearing...

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