Moscow (Russia) - Russian human rights groups claim 700 people have been arrested in Moscow and 900 in St Petersberg on a day
of protests against President Vladimir Putin.
A judge in Peru has issued an international arrest warrant for the country’s former President, Alejandro Toledo, in a growing corruption scandal sweeping Latin America.
Romania’s government has easily survived a parliamentary no-confidence vote, three days after mass protests forced it to ditch a controversial corruption decree.
An estimated half a million people have once again held rallies across Romania despite the government backing down over a controversial decree.
Brasilia (Brazil) – Corruption allegations implicating Brazilian President Michel Temer and his party are casting doubt on his ability to remain in office and causing the first cracks in his coalition amid growing calls for early elections.
Rome (Italy) - Municipal authorities in Italy’s two biggest cities have come under judicial scrutiny amid corruption allegations. Raffaele Marra, an aide to Mayor of Rome Virginia Raggi, has been arrested on suspicion of fraud in relation to a property deal dating back to 2013.
Kenya’s government met athletes to discuss their grievances on Tuesday, as runners occupied the athletics federation building for a second day, protesting against corruption and doping allegations engulfing their sport at home and abroad.
Thousands of people have protested in Buenos Aires in anger over a perceived lack of action concerning crime and punishment for breaking the law.
Eduardo Cunha, the man dubbed Brazil’s most corrupt, and former speaker of the lower house has been stripped of his seat.