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Los Angeles: Feds will retry ex-Sheriff Lee Baca on corruption charges LA Daily News

New Orleans: Jefferson Parish inspector general says parish attorney is blocking his investigation Times-Picayune

Maryland: 30 months of wiretaps, hundreds of recordings underpin Md. bribery charges, prosecutors say Washington Post

Florida: Opa-locka politician pleads guilty to bribery, as FBI continues corruption probe Miami Herald

USA: US charges former UN chief Ban's relatives in bribery case CNBC

USA: Trump names son-in-law Jared Kushner as senior adviser, testing anti-nepotism law Guardian

Israel: Bribery inquiry 'audiotape' adds to pressure on PM Netanyahu BBC News

South Korea: Samsung heir is named as suspect in corruption probe CNN

Trump's business 'separation' plan does nothing of the kind Richard Painter, former Associate Counsel to President George W. Bush

Romania's corruption fight is a smokescreen to weaken its democracy Guardian
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