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US fines Alstom record $772 mn in bribery case

US fines Alstom record $772 mn in bribery case

Alstom admitted to bribing officials to win power and transportation projects from state-owned entities around the world, including the Bahamas, Egypt, Indonesia, Saudi Arabia and Taiwan. In total, Alstom paid more than $75 million in bribes to ..., 4 hours ago
Alstom agrees to pay record US$770m fine Radio Television Hong Kong, 1 hour ago
US fines Alstom record US$772m in bribery case Channel NewsAsia, 3 hours ago

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Invest4Justice Peer-to-Peer Litigation Crowdfunding: Enabling Equal Access to Justice, Globally

Invest4Justice is the first peer-to-peer litigation crowdfunding network, allowing anyone, anywhere in the world, to have their day in court. By combining third-party litigation funding and peer-to-peer crowdfunding, justice can truly be blind, for ...
 BizWire Express5 days ago

Dubai, Singapore embrace technological solutions

Island-state investing S$1.2b for ICT projects in bid to become the first Smart Nation in the world Dubai: Dubai and Singapore share a willingness to embrace technology to build new things, said a top official. Jacqueline Poh, managing director of ...
 Gulf News2 days ago

Climate Justice: Uniting Struggles Across Latin America

With the conclusion of the United Nations Conference of the Parties (COP20) in Peru, it appears that the world's political leaders continue to drag their feet in the face of a growing climate crisis. This was no surprise to the nearly 20,000 people ...
 Upside Down World4 days ago

Husseini reveals «nepotism» within the Ministry of Justice

Morocco: The Champion of Arab GolfThierry Henry the king who gave up his wand! Egypt hosts 30th Women's World Open Squash Championship Egypt's foreign ministry is working towards release of detained pilots in Sweden Saudi rebounds on spending ...
 Masress.com4 days ago
University Of Bristol

17.12 - Help still needed for Peruvian quest for justice - BRISTOL

A University of Bristol project which aims to connect the voices of people affected by forced sterilisations in Peru with listeners around the world has almost succeeded in raising the £20,000 needed to develop and expand its work. Donations can ...
 MyScience5 days ago Help still needed for Peruvian quest for justice  University Of Bristol5 days ago

Actors' Shakespeare Project to Present MEASURE FOR MEASURE, Begin. 1/7

Actors' Shakespeare Project (ASP) begins the New Year with Shakespeare's Measure for Measure where sex, power, and justice collide in a city on the edge. The award-winning itinerant company returns to a familiar home at the Multicultural Arts ...
 Broadway World5 days ago

Are We Doing Justice To The Concept Of Horse Welfare?

Roly Owers, a veterinarian and the CEO of World Horse Welfare, the largest horse rescue and rehoming charity in Great Britain, spoke passionately about the need to prioritize horse welfare to the Federation Equestre Internationale's General Assembly ...
 Horses Internacional6 days ago

French Company Alstom to Pay $772Mln in Bribery Charges: US Justice Dept.

WASHINGTON, December 22 (Sputnik)— The French power and transportation company Alstom has topay criminal penalties inthe amount of $772 million toresolve the US Department ofJustice (DOJ) bribery charges, a release issued Monday bythe Department ...
 RIA Novosti2 hours ago Alstom to pay record $772M to settle bribery charges with US  FOXBusiness.com4 hours ago UPDATE 1-Alstom to pay record $772 mln to settle bribery charges with U.S.  CNBC5 hours ago Power giant Alstom to pay record $772 million to settle bribery charges  Washington Post35 minutes ago

United Nation's Committee Against Torture Addresses Systemic Problems in US Law Enforcement and Justice Systems

Dec. 10th was International Human Rights Day, first declared in 1950 by the United Nations in order to "bring to the attention 'of the peoples of the world' the Universal Declaration of Human Rights as the common standard of achievement for all ...
 Huffington Post3 hours ago
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