KIEV (Reuters) - Ukrainian investigators on Tuesday said they had opened a criminal case into suspected extortion by officials at a sister anti-corruption agency, based partly on information from a whistleblower who also implicated the president's office. (Reuters World News) More
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Ukraine's anti-corruption bureau launches case against sister agency
KIEV (Reuters) - Ukrainian investigators on Tuesday said they had opened a criminal case into suspected extortion by officials at a sister anti-corruption agency, based partly on information from a whistleblower who also implicated the president's office.
Ukraine's Anticorruption Agency Launches Probe Into Sister Bureau
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