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South Africa's Ramaphosa wins court case against anti-graft watchdog
South African President Cyril Ramaphosa won a court case against the anti-corruption watchdog on Thursday over a matter concerning ally Pravin Gordhan, ahead of a fresh battle over findings against the president himself.
Older women exploited by IVF clinics, says fertility watchdog
Older women are being exploited by IVF clinics ‘trading on hope’, the fertility watchdog has warned.
Watchdog slams 'extremely costly' probation changes in UK
Failings by the Ministry of Justice in the part-privatization of probation services have been ‘extremely costly’ for taxpayers in the UK, the National Audit Office (NAO) said.
Tencent shares spike as China watchdog flags video game approvals
Tencent Holdings Ltd.’s shares surged on Friday after a local regulatory official said some new video games had been cleared for sale, ending a lengthy freeze in approvals that has spooked players in the world’s largest gaming market.
Watchdog: Journalists become increasing 'targets' for killings
Journalists faced growing dangers of being targeted for killing for their work in 2018 even as the risks from war and conflict declined, a media watchdog said on Wednesday.
Australian watchdog wants regulator for dominant Google, Facebook
Australia’s competition watchdog on Monday recommended tougher scrutiny and a new regulatory body to check the dominance of tech giants Facebook Inc. and Alphabet Inc.’s Google in the country’s online advertising and news markets.
British university given £1m bailout from watchdog
A UK university had to be given an emergency loan of almost £1 million by the higher education watchdog to stay afloat this autumn.
Italian watchdog fines Apple, Samsung over software updates
Italy’s anti-trust watchdog said on Wednesday it was fining Apple Inc. and Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. €5 million ($5.7 million) each following complaints they used software updates to slow down their mobile phones.
UK’s green watchdog will be powerless over climate change post-Brexit
Ministers are deliberately weakening the green watchdog that will hold the government to account after Britain leaves the EU, according to Labour’s shadow Brexit minister.
Britain’s medical watchdog chief faces calls to step down over Bawa-Garba case
Hospital doctors are calling for the head of Britain’s medical regulator to stand down over his handling of the case of a pediatrician who was struck off following the death of a six-year-old boy.
London to set up environmental watchdog to deliver 'green Brexit'
The UK government is to establish an independent watchdog to ease fears that Britain’s exit from the European Union will harm environmental standards.
S. Korea watchdog busts 23 on suspicion of smuggling
South Korean food safety watchdog said it has busted seven people suspected of illegally importing edible pigments sold at a French store, in a case that also involved 16 other people who allegedly made and distributed macarons containing the pigments.
EU watchdog ‘flooded’ with corruption cases
The EU's anti-graft watchdog said Wednesday it has been "flooded" with alleged fraud cases in the European Parliament and other bodies that have dragged in France's far-right National Front.
Watchdog sounds alarm over media freedom worldwide
A Paris-based media monitoring group has voiced alarm about deteriorating media freedom in democratic countries.
Budget cuts threaten to weaken England's nature watchdog
England’s nature watchdog is planning to use its legal powers less and risks becoming a weak regulator forced to raise funding from the private companies it is meant to keep in check, leaked documents and sources reveal.

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