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Imran Khan on 'genocide' in Kashmir and possible war with India

Pakistan's prime minister discusses his government's controversies as well as foreign and domestic policies.

Vladimir Putin

'Biggest police operation': Navalny supporters targeted in raids

More than 200 locations were searched by police targeting supporters of Putin's opponent.

'Biggest police operation': Navalny supporters targeted in raids

AJ Impact

Nissan chief resigns and successor to be named, says board

Hiroto Saikawa is embroiled in the pay scandal that toppled his predecessor, Carlos Ghosn.

Nissan chief resigns and successor to be named, says board

Omar al-Bashir

Sudan's al-Bashir denied bail in corruption trial

Toppled 75-year-old leader is charged with possessing illicit foreign currency and unauthorised use of foreign funds.

Sudan: Former President al-Bashir denied bail in corruption trial

Jordan

Jordan: Anti-corruption law praised but questions remain

Critics say ban on public officials from doing business with the government will not deter illegal practices.

Jordan: Anti-corruption law praised but questions remain

AJ Impact

Nissan CEO Saikawa admits receiving improper payment

Japanese media report that the chief executive has apologised, but says he thought 'proper procedures' were followed.

Nissan CEO Saikawa admits receiving improper payment

Czech Republic

Czech leader in the clear after fraud case withdrawn

Andrej Babis still has his work cut out for him to restore public confidence in his administration.

Fraud charges against Czech PM Andrej Babis dropped

AJ Impact

Malaysia aims to recover nearly $1bn paid out by former 1MDB unit

Government trying to trace billions of dollars allegedly stolen from controversial investment fund.

Malaysia aims to recover nearly $1bn paid out by former 1MDB unit

Corruption

Guatemala's CICIG: UN-backed anti-corruption body shuts its doors

In its 12 years of existence, CICIG has brought down high-ranking officials, including a president and vice president.

Guatemala's CICIG: UN-backed anti-corruption body shuts its doors

Guatemala

Guatemala arrests former presidential candidate Sandra Torres

Arrest comes on the eve of the UN-backed anti-corruption commission's exit.

Guatemala arrests former presidential candidate Sandra Torres

Corruption

Guatemala's anti-corruption CICIG body to shut down: What to know

As CICIG's mandate comes to an end this week, here's why the anti-corruption body mattered and what happens next.

Guatemala's anti-corruption CICIG body to shut down: What to know

People & Power

West Africa's Opioid Crisis

In Nigeria, prescription drugs are being taken in life-threatening doses by millions in search of a fix.

Malaysia

1MDB prosecutor: Malaysia ex-PM Najib played 'elaborate charade'

Najib faces charges, including money laundering, in connection with the alleged misuse of $550m 1MDB funds.

Malaysia

Malaysia: Ex-PM Najib Razak's biggest 1MDB trial gets under way

Najib faces several charges, including money laundering, in connection with the alleged misuse of $550m in 1MDB funds.

AJ Impact

Conspiring to raise aluminium prices: Cases against banks return

A United States Court of Appeals revived cases by aluminium purchasers against JPMorgan, Glencore and others.

Conspiring to raise aluminium prices: Cases against banks return