Corruption Currents: Fight vs. Graft Topped Americas Summit

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Bribery:

An Australian engineering firm is under a foreign-bribery probe. The company said it is cooperating with investigators. (ABC)

Two former Mongolian premiers were arrested amid a probe into corrupt mining payments. The article didn’t contain comments in response. (bne)

Local cases: A former Puerto Rican lawmaker was sent to prison for bribery. Indian officials probe bribery cases. A Detroit-area trash tycoon is explaining his actions ahead of sentencing for bribery. A convicted Texas lawmaker surrendered his law license. (release, TOI, DH, MD, MD, TL, AP, EN, TPR)

Cybercrime:

A U.S. official accused China of industrial cyber spying. (SCMP)

Islamic State was

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