The news comes amid international moves towards greater tax transparency, including in UK crown dependencies Jersey, Guernsey and the Isle of Man.
New Zealand gun owners have come to an agreement that a crackdown of firearms ownership is crucial.
Previous large-scale crackdowns against anti-India militants have broadly been cosmetic, with the proscribed groups able to survive and continue operations.
Nearly 300 suspected drug dealers were killed by security forces in the drug campaign.
An anti-corruption commission headed by the crown prince said a total of about US$107 billion has been recovered from 87 people.
In addition to the torture, at least three women activists also endured 'forcible kissing and hugging'.
The racial overtones of Operation X-Ray have sparked concerns about profiling based on skin colour.
Polls say Filipinos support the crackdown but not the thousands of slayings that are central to it.
The US indictments were announced as Dutch security services thwarted a Russian attack on global chemical weapons watchdog OPCW, and after Britain blamed the GRU for plots that targeting the US Democratic Party and world sport's anti-doping authority.
The US State Department report accused Myanmar's military of waging a well-planned and coordinated campaign of mass killings and gang rapes but stopped short of describing it as genocide or crimes against humanity.
Despite sweeping economic reform and increasing openness to social change, Vietnam's ruling Communist Party retains tight media censorship and does not tolerate criticism.
Tenaganita says many workers are duped by traffickers into coming to Malaysia, where they were not given legal work documents.
The silence became more pronounced this week after a bipartisan group of US lawmakers urged sanctions against senior Chinese officials.
After soaring into the ranks of the world’s biggest companies, Tencent has lost more than US$150 billion of market value as the company struggles to monetize new games.
Chinese investment in Sihanoukville has topped US$1 billion but the money comes with a rise in illegal sex services.
Calling it a norm now in Malaysia, Indian national and MBA holder says he never expected to do hard labour here.
Former chairman and chief executive of Vietnam Construction Bank were convicted of "deliberate violation of state regulations on economic management, causing serious consequences"
It's about the inhumane treatment of undocumented migrant workers, says Tenaganita.
Police have rejected activist accusations that suspects were systematically executed, based on weak intelligence and with the assumed backing of Duterte.
Formerly a mayor for two decades, Duterte built his career on his 'tough-on-crime' image. When he ran for president, he promised to kill thousands of narcotics dealers.
Indonesian police have shot and killed 11 suspected small-time criminals and wounded dozens more in a crackdown before it hosts the Asian Games next month.
Tenaganita says the never ending raids on undocumented foreign workers are bordering on lunacy as authorities expect different results with the same actions.
The activist, Qin Yongmin, founded the "Rose Group" of grassroots rights activists in 2014, then ran it and published essays and articles urging democratic reform in China.
Transparency International Malaysia says those who hire illegal workers should also be punished.