Ireland's Minister for Foreign Affairs said the government of Uganda will repay €4 million that was diverted from an Irish aid package.
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When the U.S. Supreme Court opens its new Term on Monday, the first case scheduled for oral argument is Kiobel v. Royal Dutch Petroleum.
A European Parliamentary committee approved proposed legislation this week that would require European extractive companies to publish payments they make to governments.
There was explosive testimony this week during parliamentary hearings into bribery allegations against a unit of the Reserve Bank of Australia.
The one-time middleman for KBR and its partners stood before Judge Keith P. Ellison in a Houston courtroom in February. Jeffrey Tesler faced up to ten years in prison.
French defense and security firm Safran was fined €500,000 last week by a court in Paris for bribing government officials in Nigeria.
U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton met with Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan and his National Security Council in Abuja last week.
High on Clinton's agenda was Nigeria's battle with corruption.
Is there a link between air safety and corruption? We take a look.
Nigeria is struggling to make sense of a report that says high-level officials and business people stole $6.8 billion in public funds intended to subsidize the cost of fuel.
Andy Spalding suggests that if the Wal-mart investigation results in significant civil or criminal fines or disgorged profits, some portion of those monies be used to benefit the people of Mexico.