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Alaska: Correctional ombudsmen essential to fair prisons Juneau Empire (CAPI Mention)

Indiana: Ex-Merrillville Councilman Admits Guilt in Bribery Case U.S. News

Michigan: Clintondale School District cuts ties with corruption probe figure Reynolds Macomb Daily News 

New Jersey: Despite Menendez mistrial, public corruption cases aren't dead CNN

USA: Why Are Corruption Cases Crumbling? Some Blame the Supreme Court The New York Times

Indonesia: Indonesia’s Corruption Watchdog Arrests Top Politician The Wall Street Journal

Israel: Israeli police resume interview of Netanyahu in corruption probe Reuters

Saudi Arabia: Saudi Arabia Squeezes Detainees as It Tries to Seize Assets 
The New York Times

Thailand: Thailand seeks to prosecute ousted PM Thaksin in absentia in two graft cases Reuters


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