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News:

Pennsylvania: Former Congressman Fattah sentenced to 10 years in prison for bribery & other charges Forbes

Detroit: Jury finds Detroit school principal guilty in bribery case WTOL

Illinois: Former Rep. Aaron Schock pleads not guilty in corruption case Politico

USA: Senator Menendez urges Supreme Court to throw out corruption case NBC News

Portugal: Portugal investigates suspected corruption in plasma trade New York Times 

Peru: Corruption probe into Peru's president reopened Business Insider

Brazil: Presidential adviser resigns amid reports of corruption Wall Street Journal

Hong Kong: 29 arrested from 5 financial firms in bribery probe Reuters

Opinion:

Trump's pick for White House counsel is wrong for the job Ellen Weintraub, Federal Election Commission

Scholarship:

Specialized anti-corruption courts: a comparative mapping U4 Anti-Corruption Resource Centre 

 
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