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Survey: The majority of the Pacific Islands see corruption problems

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A new survey by an anti-transplant watchdog group shows that a majority of Pacific Islanders believe that corruption is a problem in their governments, with significant numbers saying they have been offered bribes for their votes. Past DAVID RISING Associated Press 16 November 2021 at 12:25 • 2 min

Spain extradits Chávez, former head of security, to the United States

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Spain’s national court has decided to extradite Venezuela’s former security chief Hugo Chávez to the United States on charges of money laundering and belonging to a criminal organization PastAssociated Press 10 November 2021, 19:09 • 2 min read Share to FacebookShare on TwitterEmail this article MADRID – Spain’s national

Proceedings: Maduro’s ally met with the United States before his arrest

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MIAMI – A businessman accused of sucking millions in government contracts from Venezuela secretly met with US law enforcement agencies to provide intelligence to Nicolás Maduro’s government before he was indicted in 2019, according to new reports in a related case against a disgraced professor at the University of

Venezuela stops talks after Maduro allies are extradited to the United States

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MIAMI – Venezuela’s government said on Saturday it would halt negotiations with the country’s opposition in retaliation for extradition to the United States of a close ally of President Nicolas Maduro after money laundering charges. Jorge Rodríguez, who has been leading the government delegation in talks starting in August,

Maduro allies were extradited to the United States on money laundering charges

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A senior US official says a top refugee near Venezuela’s socialist government has been placed on a plane to the United States to face money laundering Past JOSHUA GOODMAN Associated Press 16 October 2021, 19:57 • 3 min reading Share to FacebookShare to TwitterSend this article by email MIAMI

Spanish court allows extradition to the United States of Venezuelan suspect

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Spain’s national court has agreed to extradition to the United States of ex-Venezuelan leader Hugo Chávez, a former nurse accused of money laundering in Miami PastAssociated Press 15 October 2021, 14:39 • 2 min reading Share to FacebookShare to TwitterSend this article by email MADRID – Spain’s national court

Former Austrian Chancellor Kurz has sworn in as a Member of Parliament

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The Austrian news agency APA has reported that former Chancellor Sebastian Kurz has sworn in as a Member of Parliament after resigning last week amid corruption allegations PastAssociated Press 14 October 2021, 09:22 • 1 min reading Share to FacebookShare to TwitterSend this article by email BERLIN – Former

Austria swears in new chancellor after Kurz stepped aside

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Austria has a new chancellor, two days after former leader Sebastian Kurz resigned amid corruption allegations PastAssociated Press 11 October 2021, 12:41 • 2 min reading Share to FacebookShare to TwitterSend this article by email BERLIN – Austria received a new Chancellor on Monday, two days after former leader

Austria: coalition partner demands Kurz’s replacement

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The junior partner in the Austrian governing coalition calls on Chancellor Sebastian Kurz’s party to replace him with an “inaccessible person” after prosecutors say Kurz is a target for a corruption investigation PastAssociated Press 8 October 2021, 13:13 • 2 min reading Share to FacebookShare to TwitterSend this article

Process in the College Admissions Bribery Schedule to Go to the Jury

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The first trial in the glorious College Admissions bribery scandal will soon be in the hands of the jury Vun ALANNA DURKIN RICHER Associated Press October 6, 2021, 7:29 p.m. • 5 min read Share on FacebookShare on TwitterEmail this article BOSTON – Two wealthy parents, who are the