Using "corruption" in a sentence

In 2018, he ran for president after da Silva was convicted for corruption and money laundering, and lost to Bolsonaro.
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▪ Reuters: EU chiefs shocked by European Parliament corruption probe.
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Co-winner of the 2021 Reuters Journalist of the Year Award in the business coverage category for a series on corruption and fraud in the oil industry.
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Not only is this convenient, but you can say goodbye to worrying about data corruption resulting from faulty hardware.
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Like many countries, however, Japan is also affected by cases of corruption and cultural neglect with the Yakuza influencing the society.
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I think perhaps it hadn’t quite sunk in just how awful things were just under the surface — you know, all the stealing and all the corruption and all the evilness that was about to come out into the open.
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Mississippi’s largest-ever public corruption case has ensnared several people, including a pro wrestler whose drug rehab was funded with welfare money.
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  “Subpoena power can deal with corporate corruption and inequities and other problems throughout the country,” he said.
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In Broad Daylight: The Narvarte Case (2022) Netflix Original – TV-MA – Spanish – This documentary unveils evidence of corruption in the investigation into the murder of five people in the Narvarte neighborhood of Mexico City in 2015.
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“If we’re ever going to solve the problems of obesity and diabetes in the US and elsewhere, then we’re going to have to tackle the corruption in our health institutions,” Ruskin added.
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Animation Based on Frank Miller and David Mazzucchelli’s four-issue story arc of the same name, Batman: Year One recounts not only the origin of billionaire playboy Bruce Wayne’s crime-fighting persona, but of James Gordon, a recently transferred Gotham police detective working battling the corruption of his colleagues and the city’s criminal underworld.
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“The fact of the election does not erase the corruption of Ryan Zinke,” she said Thursday.
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They were released in recent years from prison after serving 10 years on charges of acting against Iran's national security, collaboration with foreign countries, and "corruption on Earth," among other things.
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of TikTok, both well-known harvesters of data and attention? Or could it have been Mike Pence, the former Vice-President and January 6th assassination target, who was in town to promote a new memoir and hint at a possible Presidential run? Or Benjamin Netanyahu, also hawking a book, who recently dodged corruption charges by being re-re-re-re-reëlected as the Prime Minister of Israel? Or—the Occam’s-razor answer—Sam Bankman-Fried, the freshly disgraced crypto bro who may turn out to be the biggest huckster since Bernie Madoff?None of the above.
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“We’re putting that fundamental quality of humanness through a process with an inherent incentive for corruption and degradation.
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The result is this colorful tale of small-town corruption connected to the death of a local minister.
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 Castillo’s short tenure as president featured numerous corruption investigations involving charges of graft and self-dealing.
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Co-winner of the 2021 Reuters Journalist of the Year Award in the business coverage category for a series on corruption and fraud in the oil industry.
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For this is the LA of Post-WWII, where crime is high, corruption is rampant, and you are one of the ‘few good ones’ left, a man just trying to solve cases, no matter how dark and grimy they might get.
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ISLAMABAD -- A son of Pakistani Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif returned home Sunday after four years in London to face corruption charges that were filed against him in 2020.
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Tired of the corruption and cowardice found in cities, Sayre initially believed the change to a simpler country lifestyle would be beneficial to his family.
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In the conservative media’s account, meanwhile, Hunter’s “laptop from hell” proved that Joe Biden had engaged in acts of corruption so wanton that they made Donald Trump look like Ralph Nader.
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The New African magazine writes of the Veep: “Bawumia is spearheading Ghana’s digitisation as a core economic strategy to solve socio-economic problems, formalise and build a more inclusive economy, deal with corruption and to provide social services more efficiently.
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He called netizens’ reactions and officials’ sporadic suspension of some accounts, even as many critical posts remain online, a “breaking point of the information controls that have been put in place… because it is not a niche targeted protest” like those that occasionally spring up against local corruption, which the state sometimes permits.
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In fact, it was Upton Sinclair’s devastating exposure of press corruption in his classic book, The Brass Check, and public revulsion over misinformation by the giant newspaper chains that gave rise in the early 1900s to journalism schools like this one and to organizations like the American Society of Newspaper Editors, that sought to establish basic standards of journalism.
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businesses in hopes of crushing corruption around the world.
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(Reuters)His successor Dina Boluarte is now looking for ways to unite the country behind institutions gutted by endemic corruption and mistrust.
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The case is being prosecuted by the office’s public corruption unit.
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“This class has opened my eyes to the political corruption within this state, and how many of our government officials refuse to embrace the progress that this state so desperately needs,” she said.
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NEWS [InTime News] MEP Eva Kaili is reported to be among the four people arrested over the weekend over corruption charges.
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Today, Putin's invasion of Ukraine has also revealed crippling problems: ubiquitous corruption that leaves troops without helmets and tanks without fuel; stagnant wages and a low standard of living that lead soldiers to steal everything from canned food to dishwashers; a cynical detachment from politics that dampens protest but also lowers morale; the accumulation of enormous wealth by tycoons who steal resources but do not contribute to effective governance.
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Tony looked past personalities and repeatedly highlighted issues — the blight of poverty, the perils of racism and bias, public corruption and gun violence in cartoons that still grab us by our consciences.
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For the last 12 years the Guardian has been reporting on the issues surrounding Qatar 2022, from corruption and human rights abuses to the treatment of migrant workers and discriminatory laws.
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businesses in hopes of crushing corruption around the world.
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Boluarte, who at the time was vice president, was hastily sworn in on Wednesday hours after Castillo, who faced a series of corruption probes, tried and failed to dissolve the Peruvian Congress, which then impeached him.
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Bulawayo’s chronicle of the new government’s corruption and the old one’s brutality dramatizes Zimbabwean history while also illuminating the challenges of many developing nations.
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But these dreams quickly sour when he realizes that the department he serves is mired in corruption and a systemic culture of moral depravity.
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20 — don't miss out on a slew of soccer content, including the soccer corruption documentary, "FIFA Uncovered," the animated sports film, "The Soccer Football Movie" and "The Final Score," a miniseries about the rise and fall of Colombian soccer and Andrés Escobar, who was murdered in the aftermath of the 1994 FIFA World Cup.
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Ewan McGregor reprises his big-screen role as Obi-Wan Kenobi, a disillusioned Jedi Master living in hiding on the planet Tatooine, where he stews over the corruption of his student Anakin Skywalker (Hayden Christensen) and keeps a distant eye on Anakin’s young son, Luke.
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But then, that does not overlook the fact that beset by a culture of corruption and struggling to end the conflict in the east, Kyiv is ill-equipped to handle the problem, argues Mark Galeotti, a Professor of Global Affairs at New York University.
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He vowed to weed out corruption and favoritism.
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Supreme Court appears poised to make it even harder to root out corruption in government.
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Setting aside concerns about Azerbaijan’s culture of corruption, Pentagon officials persuaded Aliyev to open his country’s borders and airspace to critical U.
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Derkach has previously denied wrongdoing, claiming he was being targeted for exposing corruption.
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This British Foreign Office said the announcement on December 9 to mark International Anti-Corruption Day and Global Human Rights Day includes 18 designations targeting individuals involved in violations and abuses of human rights, six perpetrators behind conflict-related sexual violence, and five individuals for their involvement in "serious corruption and illicit finance.
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 Brill started the digital publication in late 2019, touting herself as a lone voice exposing corruption and deceit in the pet industry.
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Temporary Xbox One files are affecting the boot procedure – As it turns out, you can also expect to deal with this issue due to some type of corruption that has been accumulating inside the persistent cache of your console.
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Those are candidates who raised concerns about the union's long-running corruption scandal and a perceived unwillingness by its leaders to fight hard enough against tiered wages and other concessions.
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But somehow, even after half a century, the actor managed to maintain a stellar image as one of the most respected men borne out of the corruption of Hollywood; well, at least until the night of March 27, 2022.
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Biden has repeatedly denied any involvement with his son's business dealings, and the White House has characterized allegations of corruption as debunked conspiracy theories.
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One was a due diligence investigation of a partner company’s anti-corruption policies.
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Daesung, a leader in smart agriculture, has products and technologies that can solve long-term preservation problems such as air environment pollution, livestock odor, and agricultural product corruption as well as beekeeping automation.
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But that’s simply the corruption of a great thing.
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In 2018, he ran for president after da Silva was convicted for corruption and money laundering, and lost to Bolsonaro.
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“What we see in South Africa is what we call industrial-scale corruption.
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Where the documentary falls short is in failing to create meaningful connections between that era and modern internet culture, which in many ways has metastasized into a more insidious kind of corruption and mental torture, replete with hate groups, the alt-right, rampant misinformation and more.
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But the plot is overshadowed, literally and figuratively, by the mood of darkness and corruption that writer Pornsak Pichetshote and artist Alexandre Tefenkgi convey.
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In the comic Batman: Year One in particular, there are clear parallels between Bruce Wayne’s crusade against corruption in Gotham and the one Zorro embarks upon in his first tale, The Count of Capistrano.
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Jefferson Siegel for The New York TimesBenjamin charges dismissed: A federal judge in Manhattan dismissed bribery and corruption charges against former Lt.
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The Russian political system is riddled with corruption, and top officials’ access to state resources is believed to buttress Putin’s grip on power.
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He is among more than three dozen people or companies being sued by the Mississippi Department of Human Services as it seeks to recover a portion of the money misspent in the state’s largest-ever public corruption case.
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Most of the creative team returns from the 2020 original for the latest adventure of Enola Holmes (Millie Bobby Brown)—teenage sister of Sherlock (Henry Cavill)—whose latest case involves the disappearance of matchstick maker Sarah Chapman, and possible corruption including the local police inspector (David Thewlis).
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Share this page               By:  Argentina's vice president, Cristina Fernández de Kirchner, was found guilty of corruption in federal court Tuesday in a case dating back to when she was president.
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The initiative, awarded through the foundation’s Nigeria program, seeks to reduce corruption by supporting Nigerian-led anti-corruption efforts that advance accountability, transparency, and civic participation.
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Anakin’s corruption is more of an abrupt pivot than a tragic decline, and it all feels like too little, too late.
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I will turn to one of my favorite mystery series: Donna Leon's books featuring Commissario Brunetti, a Venetian detective who struggles not only with crime but also with the underworld of Italian political corruption which often protects the criminals.
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Prior to the election, some observers queried whether the claims of corruption again Ahmad Zahid – he currently faces 47 charges of bribery, money laundering, and criminal breach of trust – would disqualify him from a cabinet position, all the more so given Anwar’s headline pledge to fight corruption and cut back on wasteful government expenditures.
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After all, the army’s sad state was a product not of Western influence but of domestic Russian corruption and inefficiency.
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She and Harry are also silent about corruption and wealth extraction that sees the monarchy buttressed to this day.
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According to leaked information on social media, the meetings related to legal proceedings against Vice President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner, who on Tuesday was sentenced by a court to a six-year prison term and was disqualified from holding public office after being found guilty of corruption charges.
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Where citizens are marginalized, government services are limited, and corruption is rampant, extremism can easily take root.
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In the late 1970s, Long Beach was a fairly depressing industrial port city that was soon swept up in a corruption scandal and would require over $100 million in redevelopment to prepare it to host an international event, Randall Cannon writes in Caesars Palace Grand Prix.
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And there’s a way that the very corruption of their ethics liberated the Globes to be more shameless in their nominations.
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Fighting corruption is an inherently complex challenge that requires transnational action.
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Davis pleaded guilty in September to federal and state charges tied to the welfare misspending in what the state auditor has called Mississippi’s largest public corruption case in decades.
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Such factors include but are not limited to: the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on our and our customers' businesses and the duration and extent to which this will impact our future results of operations and overall financial performance; our ability to address our business challenges in order to reverse revenue declines, reduce costs and increase productivity so that we can invest in and grow our business; our ability to attract and retain key personnel; changes in economic and political conditions, trade protection measures, licensing requirements and tax laws in the United States and in the foreign countries in which we do business; the imposition of new or incremental trade protection measures such as tariffs and import or export restrictions; changes in foreign currency exchange rates; our ability to successfully develop new products, technologies and service offerings and to protect our intellectual property rights; the risk that multi-year contracts with governmental entities could be terminated prior to the end of the contract term and that civil or criminal penalties and administrative sanctions could be imposed on us if we fail to comply with the terms of such contracts and applicable law; the risk that partners, subcontractors and software vendors will not perform in a timely, quality manner; actions of competitors and our ability to promptly and effectively react to changing technologies and customer expectations; our ability to obtain adequate pricing for our products and services and to maintain and improve cost efficiency of operations, including savings from restructuring actions; the risk that confidential and/or individually identifiable information of ours, our customers, clients and employees could be inadvertently disclosed or disclosed as a result of a breach of our security systems due to cyber attacks or other intentional acts; reliance on third parties, including subcontractors, for manufacturing of products and provision of services; the exit of the United Kingdom from the European Union; our ability to manage changes in the printing environment and expand equipment placements; interest rates, cost of borrowing and access to credit markets; funding requirements associated with our employee pension and retiree health benefit plans; the risk that our operations and products may not comply with applicable worldwide regulatory requirements, particularly environmental regulations and directives and anti-corruption laws; the outcome of litigation and regulatory proceedings to which we may be a party; any impacts resulting from the restructuring of our relationship with Fujifilm Holdings Corporation; the shared services arrangements entered into by us as part of Project Own It; whether CareAR’s service experience management platform will achieve expectations regarding customer adoption, integration with ServiceNow’s platform, and cost and carbon emission reduction; the financial performance of CareAR, including projected revenue for fiscal years 2022 and beyond; the financial performance of FITTLE, including projected revenue for fiscal years 2022 and beyond; and the ability of PARC to successfully monetize its technology and  the products of its research.
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The app itself can be dealing with a corruption error or a bug that is causing the problem.
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Baker, Tyler Graim) — When the Muscogee Nation suddenly begins censoring its free press, a rogue reporter fights to expose her government’s corruption in a historic battle that will have ramifications for all of Indian country.
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Prince Johnson, a former warlord implicated in civil wars-era crimes in Liberia, who is now a senator and is subject to US Treasury Department sanctions due to his alleged role in corruption in Liberia, has led much of the opposition to the creation of a court.
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Zabludowicz was investigated by Israeli police as part of their probe into allegedly illegal gifts given to former Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, though Zabludowicz was not ultimately listed as a suspect in Netanyahu’s corruption trial.
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Gilman’s earlier works at have taken on racism (“Spinning into Butter”), stalking (“Boy Gets Girl”), natural disasters (“A True History of the Johnstown Flood”), meth addiction (“Luna Gale”) and police corruption (“Blue Surge”).
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And the signs of corruption and decadent decay of the West in Hemingway’s books.
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In this particular case, conservatives are outraged that social-media companies limited the reach of a New York Post story published in 2020, which alleged corruption in Hunter Biden’s commercial deals with foreign firms that implicated then-candidate Joe Biden.
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The sanctions, timed to mark world days for anti-corruption and human rights, hit individuals across 11 countries — “the most that the UK has ever brought together in one package,” the foreign ministry said.
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ARMA was created in Ukraine in 2016 to seize the assets of officials in corruption cases, but since the invasion it has also turned its attention to the property of Russians and of Ukrainians who are accused of collaborating with Russia.
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Image source, Getty ImagesBy Daniel ThomasBusiness reporter, BBC NewsThe Swiss-based mining company, Glencore, has said it will pay $180m (£147m) to the Democratic Republic of Congo to settle corruption claims.
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Vice President Dina Boluarte was sworn in and vowed to rescue the country ‘from corruption and misrule.
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But what is clear from the voting completed so far is that members — or at least the 11 percent of them who actually voted — are ready to end the ruling Administrative Caucus' decadeslong grip on power after the corruption scandal that involved a number of former officials.
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Such abuse is rampant in countries with authoritarian regimes, high corruption and/or armed conflict, where corporations should instead be hypervigilant.
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attorney on the organized crime and public corruption task force of U.
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Photograph: Linda Nylind/The GuardianGamache has since solved crimes from fatal electrocutions to a death at a seance, and dealt with everything from serial killers to corruption in the police force, all the while filling up on delicious Quebecois food.
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For the last 12 years the Guardian has been reporting on the issues surrounding Qatar 2022, from corruption and human rights abuses to the treatment of migrant workers and discriminatory laws.
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Prince Johnson, a former warlord implicated in civil wars-era crimes in Liberia, who is now a senator and is subject to US Treasury Department sanctions due to his alleged role in corruption in Liberia, has led much of the opposition to the creation of a court.
Source: Eurasia Review

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