Name them, shame them and jail them: Undercover journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas is known for taking big risks to fight corruption and human rights abuses - such as getting himself convicted and jailed to expose appalling conditions in Ghana's prisons.
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Police reporter Giorgos Karaivaz died after ten bullets hit him in the head and chest. The nation is in shock as politicians in Athens react.
The kingdom has barred all media from publishing content relating to an alleged plot involving former Crown Prince Hamzah. The order came after the prince pledged loyalty to his half brother King Abullah II.
Prosecutors have laid out their case in a wide-ranging corruption trial against Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who accused them of persecuting him in an attempt to undermine the will of the voters.
Ugandans are making disparaging comments on social media about the multibillion-dollar oil pipeline deal that the country has signed with Tanzania and Total. The secrecy surrounding it has raised fears of corruption.
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