Mexican ruling party candidate pledges to help curb corruption
11 March 2018 | 8:30 am
Mexican ruling party candidate pledges to help curb corruption.
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Things take a strange turn after a Mexican cartel leaves five people bound and alive at an intersection - saying they were the kidnappers behind the abduction of American tourists last week.
A Ugandan court charged a minister from northeastern Karamoja region with several corruption offences last week.
Nine out of 10 prisoners in Mexico had contact with some criminal activity from the age of six, reflecting the normalization of violence from an early age in the country, revealed Monday a study by the organization Reinserta.
Anti-corruption authorities in Ukraine say they have detained the head of the country's top court as part of an investigation. However, they say they are yet to formally designate him as a suspect.
In Canada, there has been a marked increase in the number of Mexican travelers seeking asylum at Montreal's airport since early last year. Since 2016, these travelers have been allowed to arrive without visa stipulations, a result of new entry regulations revised by the then newly-elected Liberal government.
The mayor of a small town in Mexico married his crocodile bride on Friday (June 30) in a colorful ceremony as traditional music rang out and revelers danced while imploring the indigenous leader to seal the nuptials with a kiss. The tradition is thought to go back centuries to pre-colonial times.
Luis Martin Sanchez Iniguez was found dead in the state of Nayarit. He was last seen in Xalisco, a town that has long been linked to the smuggling of heroin and opium.
Data from Reporters Without Borders shows that 150 journalists have been killed in Mexico since 2000. In 2022 alone, 13 members of the press were killed there.
A former government minister is investigated for corruption in Ghana. The inquiry comes after Cecilia Abena Dapaah reported her housekeeper for stealing a large sum of money, but prosecutors want to know where the money came from. Also in this edition: at least 30 people have been killed by a building collapse in Cameroon.
The former prime minister of Pakistan has been found guilty in a case involving state gifts and has been handed a three-year jail term. Khan has maintained he is innocent of the charges brought against him.
Three people died and over 50 were seriously injured last weekend when an illegal gas station exploded near Bucharest. This isn't the first time people have died because of corruption or incompetence in Romania.
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