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On Nathan Sales’s Service as Senior Official, Under Secretary of State for Civilian Security, Democracy, and Human Rights
United States Sanctions a Nicaraguan Police Chief, a Member of Nicaraguan Judiciary, and Another Member of Ortega’s Inner Circle
Police update: Homicide investigation, Parkinson
Police involved shooting, Drewvale
Statement from CEO Mark Dixon in response to IBAC investigation of Wodonga Council
Text of a Notice on Continuation of National Emergency with Respect to Serious Human Rights Abuse and Corruption 17 December
Message to Congress on Continuation of National Emergency with Respect to Serious Human Rights Abuse and Corruption 17 December
Peace dividend for Libya economy, as oil flows and Central Bank unifies exchange rate after years of deadlock
Russian Influence in Mediterranean
UK and Switzerland sign new police co-operation agreement
IBAC’s Operation Sandon public hearings conclude for 2020
World Bank Group and Argentine National Administrative Investigations’ Prosecutor Advance Anticorruption Cooperation
Death in custody and injury to police dog and handler, Mount Lofty
Police update: Police involved shooting, Durack
Panama will receive US$300 million from World Bank to strengthen inclusive, sustainable economic recovery
Police involved shooting, Durack
Of Third U.S-Angola Bilateral Human Rights Dialogue
UNESCO & OHCHR receive €7m from Netherlands to reinforce freedom of expression
Public Designations of Current and Former Government Officials Under Section 7031 of Department of State
Cybersecurity Practice Guides for Securing Data Integrity Against Ransomware Attacks
Australia must adopt Magnitsky-style laws targeting child rights abusers following bipartisan inquiry
New commitments to protect journalists’ safety by key actors at World Press Freedom Conference 2020
Australia mulling its own Magnitsky Act: “a move in the right direction”
Australian Magnitsky-style law recommended
‘Truth and transparency’ demand on island catastrophe
Advocating for security sector governance and reform
Neuroscientists find a way to make object-recognition models perform better
Overcharged light right vehicle battery
Tasmanians sick of secrecy
Polling: Government popularity slumps amidst secrecy concerns
Joint Communique by Officials of Government of United States and Interim Government of Bolivarian Republic
Public Sector Corruption – Department of Communities – Update
Director-General calls on authorities to shed light on killing of journalist Parag Bhuyan in India
Government To Act On All Recommendations Of Royal Commission Into Management Of Police Informants
New research lays blueprint for fairer, higher integrity government
Two thirds of Australians think corruption a big problem: time for action
Mauritania Independence Day Message
United States Sanctions Libyan Individual and Militia Connected to Serious Human Rights Abuse in Libya
Communiqué on 2020 Conference on Afghanistan
Reducing corruption in construction could save lives and livelihoods
UK Statement on Report by OSCE Head of Presence in Albania
Suriname National Day
Groom voters called to help stop property developer donations and corruption
Prison Officers charged
Text of a Notice on Continuation of National Emergency with Respect to Situation in Nicaragua 25 November
Researchers discover a cause of catastrophic computer failures, how to fix problem
G20: Global co-operation and strong policy action needed for a sustainable recovery – OECD
EU Rule of Law initiative is struggling to make an impact, new paper argues