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From the Independent -Poachers masquerading as rangers, magistrates allegedly taking bribes from kingpins and lenient sentences handed out to ruthless criminals - this is the current state of South Africa’s rhino crisis, according to campaigners. Read More ...

From France24 -  Iraq announced Saturday it has arrested two generals on suspicion of taking bribes to waive customs duties, a practice estimated to cost the state $6.3 billion a year in lost revenues.Both men worked at the Gulf port of Umm Qasr, a key entry...

From Legal Sports Report -As part of a still-developing story of match-fixing within esports, details of a new Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) unit came out. The exact scope of the new unit is not yet known.However, according to a Washington Post story, the Unit...

Today, a bipartisan group of members of the U.S. House of Representatives will launch the Congressional Caucus against Foreign Corruption and Kleptocracy at a virtual kickoff event. The new Caucus will focus on fighting global corruption and "kleptocracy," an authoritarian governance model in which foreign...

From the Telegraph - The UK government is set to almost entirely cut funding for polio eradication despite the world being tantalisingly close to ending the disease, which mainly affects children.The UK will cut its funding for the Global Polio Eradication Initiative (GPEI) by 95 per cent,...