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Anti-graft award for Bengaluru-based ipaidabribe.com.   I Paid A Bribe - an anticorruption platform run by citybased non-profit Janaagraha Centre for Citizenship and Democracy - was conferred the International Anti-Corruption Excellence (ACE) Award 2017 at the United Nations Office in Geneva (UNOG) on December 8.
The Times of India: https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/bengaluru/anti-graft-award-for-bengaluru-based-ipaidabribe-com/articleshow/62046217.cms

Civil servants give Korea anti-corruption law thumbs up.  Nine in 10 civil servants see the anti-graft law, criticized for being too tough and set to be watered down, as being helpful in combating corruption in South Korea, according to a poll released nearly 15 months after the law came into effect. 
Kin Da-sol/The Korea Herald: http://www.koreaherald.com/view.php?ud=20171212000778

Malcolm Turnbull opens door to national anti-corruption body but dismisses ICAC model as beset by 'hearsay and rumour'.  Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has for the first time suggested he is prepared to consider creating a federal anti-corruption watchdog.
James Massola & Peter Hartcher/The Sydney Morning Herald: http://www.smh.com.au/federal-politics/political-news/malcolm-turnbull-opens-door-to-national-anticorruption-body-but-dismisses-icac-model-as-beset-by-hearsay-and-rumour-20171211-h02ivi.html

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