Topic: Corruption

By Kelly Bloss (OCCRP), Olga Loginova (Vlast), Fatima Karimova (Mikroskop Media), Aidan Iusubova (iFact) and Nana Bregadze (iFact) LONDON (OCCRP) — As head of security for Azerbaijan’s president, Baylar Eyyubov is closely[...]

By Michael Rubin Just five days after Yuri Kim, the acting assistant secretary of state, told a Senate committee that the United States would not tolerate any military action against the Christian community[...]

By Naira Bughadarian YEREVAN (Azatutyun) — The Armenian authorities have moved to confiscate hundreds of millions of dollars in assets belonging to Gagik Tsarukyan, one of Armenia’s richest men leading[...]

By Joe Anuta, Jason Beeferman and Maya Kaufman NEW YORK (Politico) — As Brooklyn borough president, Eric Adams attended nearly 80 events over eight years to celebrate Turkey — including[...]

By William K. Rashbaum, Dana Rubinstein and Michael Rothfeld NEW YORK (New York Times) — Federal authorities are investigating whether Mayor Eric Adams, weeks before his election two years ago,[...]

By William K. Rashbaum, Dana Rubinstein and Jeffery C. Mays NEW YORK (New York Times) — Federal prosecutors and the F.B.I. are conducting a broad public corruption investigation into whether[...]

LONDON (Evening Standard) — Conservative Party donor Javad Marandi was revealed today as a key figure linked to a major money laundering operation targeted by the National Crime Agency. A[...]

By Artak Khulian YEREVAN (Azatutyun) — Prosecutors have decided not to launch criminal proceedings against the head of an Armenian law-enforcement agency tasked with combating corruption after looking into allegations that[...]

By Naira Nalbandian and Karlen Aslanian YEREVAN (Azatutyun) — Gagik Jhangiryan, the controversial acting head of Armenia’s judicial watchdog, has dismissed calls for his resignation sparked by leaked audio in which[...]

YEREVAN – The Board of Trustees of the Hayastan All Armenian Fund announced in a statement dated December 1 that a working group it had formed “reported that they did[...]