Corruption

Indian Opposition Leader Protests Against His Own Corruption Probe

Rahul Gandhi, a senior leader of the opposition All India Congress Committee (AICC), on Monday protested against a corruption probe launched by the majority BJP Party that accused Gandhi and his mother of money laundering. The AICC denounced the probe as a “well-planned conspiracy” to destroy BJP’s leading opponents with false charges.

Indian police stop opposition Congress party workers from heading towards Enforcement Directorate's offices during a protest in Mumbai, India, Monday, June 13, 2022. The party workers were protesting against Enforcement Directorate summoning Congress party leaders Rahul Gandhi and Sonia Gandhi for questioning in a money laundering case. (AP Photo/Rafiq Maqbool)

Indonesian Trade Official Arrested for Cooking Oil Corruption

Indonesian police recently arrested Dirjen Daglu, the director-general of foreign trade at the Indonesian Trade Ministry, for his alleged involvement in a corruption scheme that saw crude palm oil meant for cooking illegally exported out of Indonesia during the nation’s ongoing cooking oil shortage, Indonesian news website Coconuts Jakarta reported on Tuesday.

People queue to buy cooking oil in affordable prices in Palembang on February 24, 2022, following the shortage of Crude Palm Oil (CP) in the country as material for cooking oil. (Photo by ABDUL QODIR / AFP via Getty Images)

Exclusive — Rep. Scott Perry: Schweizer’s Revelations Suggest ‘Crimes Against the United States’

Revelations made by Peter Schweizer in his bestseller “Red-Handed: How American Elites Get Rich Helping China Win” detailing how elites have enriched themselves by striking deals with communist China and, in the case of the Biden family, striking deals with individuals tied to the highest levels of Chinese intelligence, suggest “crimes against the United States of America,” and individuals involved must be “investigated and prosecuted,” House Freedom Caucus Chair Scott Perry (R-PA) told Breitbart News Saturday.

Rep. Scott Perry, R-PA, speaks during the House Committee on Foreign Affairs hearing on the administration foreign policy priorities on Capitol Hill on Wednesday, March 10, 2021, in Washington.

Kazakhstan Chaos: Reports of Riots, Beheadings as Russia Sends Troops

Kazakhstan’s fuel riots escalated dramatically on Wednesday, as dozens of police and protesters were killed in street battles across western Kazakhstan and Almaty, the nation’s largest city. Russian state media claimed one of the 12 law enforcement officers killed was beheaded. In response, Russian President Vladimir Putin sent paratroopers into Kazakhstan on Thursday to restore order.

Riot police block a street to prevent demonstrators during a protest in Almaty, Kazakhstan, Wednesday, Jan. 5, 2022. Demonstrators denouncing the doubling of prices for liquefied gas have clashed with police in Kazakhstan's largest city and held protests in about a dozen other cities in the country. (AP Photo/Vladimir Tretyakov)