Bombardier Transportation accused of corruption in South Korea Bombardier Transportation was investigated in South Korea over corruption allegations but never charged, CBC's French-language service Radio-Canada has learned. A task force led by Korean prosecutors alleges that Bombardier, based in Quebec, offered gifts and trips to Canada for civil servants and politicians who decided to choose Bombardier's technology for an elevated train system.-cbcnews Tanzania energy minister quits over graft scandal, denies wrongdoing Tanzania's energy and minerals minister Sospeter Muhongo has resigned amid a graft scandal that has rocked the gas-rich country and led Western donors to delay aid, though he called himself "incorruptible" and denied wrongdoing. Muhongo became the third cabinet member, after the attorney general and the minister for land, to lose his job over the scandal, which involves the transfer of at least $122 million – Standard Woman climbs on to roof of Galleries shopping centre in Bristol in protest against police corruption A woman has climbed onto the roof of one of Bristol's busiest shopping centres in a protest against police corruption. The protester stunned lunch time shoppers after she was seen climbing onto the roof of the Galleries shopping centre in Union street, carrying banners.Around a dozen of the shopping centre's security staff were attempting to get the woman down, but could not reach the area she had climbed onto.- Bristol Post Police lack resources to probe corruption, inspectors say Half the police forces in England and Wales are lacking the capability and resources to properly investigate corruption among their own officers, a report says. Inspectors found that many forces were not "seeking out intelligence on corruption proactively". But Her Majesty's Inspectorate of Constabulary said it had found no evidence of "endemic" corruption- BBC.com Panama to launch corruption inquiry into former president Panama’s supreme court has voted to launch a corruption investigation against former president Ricardo Martinelli, a move likely to rally popular support in a nation where the political elite rarely face justice for misdeeds. A statement from the court said all nine judges voted to appoint a special prosecutor to investigate Martinelli over allegations that he inflated contracts worth $45m (£30m) to purchase dehydrated food for a government social programme-The Guardian Sri Lanka reinstates impeached chief justice Sri Lanka's new president today restored the country's former chief justice after she was controversially impeached by the previous administration. Lawyers welcomed Shirani Bandaranayake with bouquets of flowers when she went to the Supreme Court in Colombo after receiving the news.A government official who asked not to be named said newly-elected President Maithripala Sirisena had written to Bandaranayake to say her 2013 impeachment was unconstitutional and she should return to work-themalaysianinsider.com Image Excerpt Tanzania’s energy and minerals minister Sospeter Muhongo has resigned amid a graft scandal that has rocked the gas-rich country and led Western donors to delay aid, though he called himself “incorruptible” and denied wrongdoing.