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'breaking the silence'
‘Panama Papers’ Whistleblower Says Russia ‘Wants Me Dead’
The whistleblower behind the "Panama Papers" which revealed major tax evasion and fraud worldwide said he feared Russian retribution.
Russia Lawmakers Move to Classify Real Estate Ownership Data
Russian journalists have often used registry data to track down officials’ luxury properties.
Russian Police Chief’s Top Aide Arrested on Corruption Charges
Three Russian police generals were detained on allegations of misappropriating funds.
Russia Says Will Monitor Moldova Ex-Leader's Case
Moldova's pro-Russian former president Igor Dodon was detained on suspicion of treason and corruption.
Jailed Ex-Minister Ulyukayev Granted Early Release – Reports
Alexei Ulyukayev was the first serving minister to be arrested in recent Russian history.
For Rent: Investigation Exposes Putin Mistress’ Elite St. Petersburg Apartment
Svetlana Krivonogikh was first linked to the Russian president in a 2020 investigation, which claimed the pair had a child together.
money changing hands
Public Procurement Kickbacks Total One-Third of Russia’s Budget Revenue – Survey
Intense competition and collusion between customers and suppliers drives the corruption, the survey said.
Pandora Papers Name Alleged Offshore Beneficiaries with Putin Links
The global investigation names several members of the Russian president's inner circle.
Russia Makes Covering Military Corruption News Grounds for ‘Foreign Agent’ Status
A new list sets out information that could be used to threaten state security.
Kremlin Looks to Establish a ‘Techno-Authoritarian’ Power Vertical 2.0
Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin has the ambition to manage Russia and sees the country's future in a smoothly-operating government machine.
Letter from prison
Jailed Navalny Calls on West to 'Take Action' on Global Corruption
"No money, no soldiers" are needed to implement these measures, he said, "only political will."
Russian State TV Host Couple Owns $4 Million in Moscow Real Estate, Navalny’s Allies Claim
The outlawed Anti-Corruption Foundation published the investigation on YouTube.
Russian Traffic Cop's Golden Toilet Steals the Show in Uncovered Police Bribe Scheme
Dozens of members of the Stavropol region's traffic police department have been apprehended following the scheme's uncovering.
Russia Shields Fraud-Plagued Space Agency From Foreign Scrutiny
The FSB argues the information on Roscosmos' work — as well as its problems — can be used against Russia by foreign states and organizations.
Russia Detains Senior S7 Airlines Staff for Selling Pilot Jobs – Reports
The pilots are accused of taking bribes in exchange for employing pilots of Russia’s first medium-haul Airbus A320neo planes.
Navalny Team Vows to Fight on After 'Extremism' Ruling
The Anti-Corruption Foundation vowed to continue exposing corruption in Russia despite being branded as an extremist organization.
Russian Player Detained Over Suspected Match-Fixing at French Open – Police Source
Suspicions were aroused because of abnormally high betting activity on the game registered in countries outside of France.
Corruption Convictions Fall to Lowest Level Since 2012
Prosecutions for large-scale bribery surge, while petty corruption charges decline.
The Problem Facing Today’s Corrupt Officials and Soviet Black Marketeers: What to Do With the Cash?
Unable to bank their ill-gotten gains, today’s corrupt officials find themselves in the same circumstances as the tsekhoviki, the magnates of the late...
Russia Charges Governor, Pharma Exec in Major Bribery Case
Ivan Belozertsev is accused of accepting over 31 million rubles ($415,245) in exchange for lobbying a pharmaceutical group's interests.
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