Nigeria has recovered more than $500 million in cash and has seized over $9 billion in assets.
The anti-corruption activists have protested every day since April.
Parliament member Nadiya Savchenko was active during the 2014 Maidan revolution, and some think she will become an agent of change in Ukraine's parliament.
An expert's view of the scale of corruption in Afghanistan and Nigeria, and their hopes for reform.
David Cameron described Afghanistan as "fantastically corrupt."
Foreign companies will have to make their U.K. property portfolios public.
The comments are likely to make the visit of Nigeria and Afghanistan's presidents on Thursday rather awkward.
Madonsela investigated misspending by President Zuma and has been warned of death threats.
Rousseff promises to resist the suspension effort, but her chances for staying in office are dimming.
Wen Longjian, 32, is accused of defrauding a corporate accountant by impersonating the head of a company.
Venezuela imposed a two-day week for public-sector workers to save energy.
Robert McDonnell's team argues that letting his conviction stand is criminalizing normal political behavior.
Prime Minister Matteo Renzi's party slams judge's comments about rampant graft in government.
Rousseff, Brazil's first female president, maintains there are no legal grounds for her ouster.
The three men who could succeed her face corruption charges of their own.
Recent events have strained Ukrainians' faith in the twin pillars of the 2014 revolution—closer ties to Europe and the fight against corruption.
Brazil's Congress on Friday opened a three-day debate on whether to impeach President Dilma Rousseff.
The Kursk local politician could face two years in jail after a public act of defiance.
Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff said on Tuesday her vice president was orchestrating a conspiracy to topple her.
The release of the Panama Papers on Sunday showed how the rich and politically connected stash their wealth.