Friday’s Top News Stories

April 16th, 2010

Aid organizations highlight ‘quiet corruption’ in Africa
Media Global, April 16, 2010

Miami Beach Hotel Developers Charged with Conspiring to Defraud United States
US Dept of Justice Press Release, April 16, 2010

Former Hope, Idaho Resident Indicted on Tax Charges
US Dept of Justice Press Release, April 15, 2010

U.S. Joins H-P Bribery Investigation
Wall Street Journal, April 16, 2010

US charges seven more Swiss bank clients over tax fraud
AFP, April 16, 2010

Tragic Flaw: Graft Feeds Greek Crisis
Wall Street Journal, April 15, 2010

Key Guidance On UK Bribery Law To Be Issued By July
Dow Jones Newswires, April 16, 2010

Former Israeli PM Implicated in Bribery Scandal
Voice of America, April 16, 2010

Chinese banker given suspended death sentence for bribes
Financial Times, April 16, 2010

Analysis: Bribery is the hardest offense to prove
The Jerusalem Post, April 16, 2010

Ex-Costa Rica leader on trial in bribery case
Laredo Sun, April 15, 2010

India Employs Text Messaging to Fight Government Corruption
TMCNet, April 15, 2010

Editorial: EALA Should Enact Laws to Fight Corruption
The New Times (Rwanda), April 16, 2010

Are Politicians Not the Cause of Corruption in State Institutions?
Public Agenda (Ghana), April 16, 2010

Cuban academic says corruption island’s big threat
Associated Press, April 16, 2010

$1.4bn ‘missing’
The Fiji Times, April 16, 2010

The pendulum swings against Swiss bankers’ secrecy tradition
Financial Times, April 16, 2010

Nestle chairman says Switzerland not top for tax
The Associated Press, April 16, 2010

Government cracks down on money laundering
Herald Sun (Australia), April 16, 2010

Efron takes on role drug dealer in remake of Swedish film
Daily Independent, April 16, 2010

Money Laundering Bill Seeks to Amend
Solomon Times Online, April 16, 2010

Written by Clark Gascoigne

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