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Widespread corruption throughout Iraq's government has hampered development, resulting in slow improvement of public services, the International Crisis Group has said in a report
Two of Kuwait’s largest banks thought it a bit suspicious when about $92 million was transferred into the accounts of two members of Parliament
HSBC faces accusations that it helped to enrich senior Egyptian political and business figures now at the centre of corruption investigations
Egyptian authorities arrested on Thursday former Interior Minister Habib el-Adly and two other ex-ministers who are under investigation for corruption, security officials said
Kazakhstan will revise production sharing agreements (PSAs) with foreign energy majors, shortly after accusing Italian Eni's unit Agip of a $110-million fraud in the nation's largest oil project, Kashagan.
A Dubai court restarted a fraud trial against two former executives of Dubai Islamic Bank (DIB) Sunday having changed their status to government officials, making a stricter punishment more likely
Corruption in Afghanistan has doubled in the two years since 2007, according to a survey by anti-corruption charity Integrity Watch
Police in Dubai have arrested James Ibori, a former governor of the oil-rich Niger Delta, on corruption charges, the head of Nigeria’s anti-fraud agency has said
Half of all Afghan adults paid at least one bribe to a public official over the course of a year to cut through red tape or get help with poor service, the U.N. said Tuesday in a report that documents the extraordinary depth of corruption in Afghanistan.