Thailand limp blimp / Protect journalists campaign / Australia fact check

Limp blimp ignites Thai military corruption debate.  A decommissioned US-made aerial surveillance vessel has raised critical questions about the ruling junta's top leaders' corruption-busting credentials
Richard S. Ehrlich/Asia Times: http://www.atimes.com/article/limp-blimp-ignites-thai-military-corruption-debate/

Transparency International joins campaign to protect journalistsTransparency International, the global anti-corruption movement, has joined the #ProtectJournalistscampaign initiated by Reporters Without Borders (RSF) and supported by a coalition of more than 130 NGOs and media outlets.
Transparency International Secretariat; https://www.transparency.org/_view/pressrelease/7970

Fact check: Is Australia in breach of its UN anti-corruption obligations?  Prominent barrister Geoffrey Watson SC has criticised Australia's failure to establish a federal anti-corruption watchdog, telling Australian Broadcasting Corporation's RN Breakfast that it puts us "out of step with our international obligations".
Australian Broadcasting Corporation: http://www.abc.net.au/news/factcheck/2017-09-28/fact-check-is-australia-in-breach-of-anti-corruption-obligations/8974742

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