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Stories you may have missed this week...

News: 

Alabama: Attorney general candidate targeting corrupt officials Dothan Eagle 

Connecticut: Judge Deals Bridgeport Mayor Joe Ganim A Setback, Rejects His Effort To Obtain Public Campaign Financing Hartford Courant

New York: John Jay Students Participate in MSNBC's "The Beat With Ari Melber" Thanksgiving Special John Jay College of Criminal Justice (CAPI Mention)

Pennsylvania: Judge issues gag order in Allentown corruption case The Morning Call


South Carolina: Judge Delays Corruption Trials for Senator and Consultant U.S. News

USA: U.S. expands leniency for companies that disclose foreign bribery Reuters


China: Chinese General Being Investigated for Bribery Kills Himself The New York Times

Romania: Romanians protest against weakening of anti-corruption powers The Guardian

Saudi Arabia: Saudi Arabia Releases Senior Prince Arrested in Anti-Corruption Purge 
The New York Times

South Korea: South Korea's anti-corruption law makes gift giving a potential crime USA Today

Venezuela: Venezuela's Maduro strips rival of U.N. post amid corruption purge: sources Reuters


Zimbabwe: Ousted Zimbabwe finance minister Chombo faces corruption charges Reuters
 

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February 2-4, 2018 | New Orleans

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