People around the world are showing their rage at corrupt officials and political systems. They're protesting on the streets in Haiti, in Lebanon, in Israel and Romania.
The vice president of Equatorial Guinea, who is also the president's son, has been fined for alleged corruption. Authorities previously seized his €107 million Paris mansion and fleet of expensive cars.
Sudanese Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok sat down with DW's Aya Ibrahim to discuss the country's transitional period, issues of inner peace and justice and how countries like Germany can help Sudan during this phase.
Cho Kuk, a former presidential aide, has been indicted on 12 charges, including bribery. The allegations have weakened attempts at improving transparency since the impeachment of President Park Geun-hye in 2017.
Polish protesters have marched in the capital to voice their support for the government's shake-up of the justice system. The controversial reforms have put the right-wing ruling party on a collision course with the EU.
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