Park apologises to public as she arrives at prosecutors' office after months of avoiding scrutiny on corruption scandal.
by Ali Saad
by Gerald Tan
Asia Pacific28 Feb 2017 08:10 GMT
Prosecutors have indicted Samsung's de facto chief Lee Jae-yong on embezzlement linked to massive South Korean scandal.
Corruption25 Feb 2017 20:57 GMT
Demonstrations in Seoul come as court prepares to hold final hearing on president's impeachment over corruption scandal.
Asia Pacific22 Feb 2017 04:45 GMT
Tsang sentenced to 20 months in prison for corruption, becoming Hong Kong's highest-ranking official to be jailed.
Europe20 Feb 2017 18:54 GMT
Raid is part of an investigation into allegations that far-right leader used EU funds to pay staff of her FN party.
Corruption18 Feb 2017 20:13 GMT
Donald Tsang, who faces up to seven years in prison, is the most senior official to be found guilty in a criminal trial.
Corruption17 Feb 2017 21:47 GMT
Demonstrators take part in anti-government rally amid growing scandal over bribes paid by Brazilian firm Odebrecht.
Inside Story17 Feb 2017 20:16 GMT
Tech giant Samsung's chief arrested as several of country's big firms implicated in political corruption scandal.
Europe17 Feb 2017 16:14 GMT
Cristina ordered to pay fines and Inaki Urdangarin given six-year sentence for charges including fraud and tax evasion.
Europe17 Feb 2017 08:20 GMT
The 2017 protests in Romania mirror the 1989 ones. They both brought down a corrupt kleptocratic order.
Rodrigo Duterte16 Feb 2017 11:44 GMT
Opposition senator releases 'proof' that president and his family did not declare multiple deposits as required by law.
Asia14 Feb 2017 07:05 GMT
Chief Minister VK Sasikala sentenced to four-year jail term for corruption that prevents her from taking up her post.
Europe13 Feb 2017 18:07 GMT
Politicians back a vote on anti-corruption reforms after weeks of angry protests at attempts to sideline graft laws.
Samsung13 Feb 2017 07:50 GMT
Prosecutors question Lee Jae-yong for second time in part of wider corruption investigation liked to President Park.
Europe12 Feb 2017 04:58 GMT
Protesters brave freezing temperatures as they take to the streets against attempts to water down anti-corruption laws.
Politics10 Feb 2017 08:28 GMT
As they watched across the Danube River, Bulgarians wished they could do what the Romanians spectacularly did.
by Ali Saad
by Cristian Popescu
by Maria Spirova
by Claudia Ciobanu
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