Transparency International says the US is the country most actively prosecuting corruption.
South Africa's chief prosecutor has announced his decision to pursue corruption charges against Jacob Zuma. He said there are "reasonable prospects of a successful prosecution."
Berlin police have carried out a series of raids, only this time against a member from its own ranks. A German officer is suspected of taking kickbacks from drug dealers in exchange for information on police operations.
The Greek parliament has voted in favor of an inquiry to investigate allegations that senior politicians received bribes from Swiss pharmaceutical giant Novartis. Those accused have denied any wrongdoing.
The government of Sudan has often been accused of violating human rights and just as often, it has denied these charges. DW's Conflict Zone put Sudanese Foreign Minister Ibrahim Ghandour in the hot seat.
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