The British Prime Minister is in hot water after being caught on camera making some unflattering statements. He was speaking to Queen Elizabeth about a few of the invited guests to a London anti-corruption summit later this week.
Nothing in life was given to her. Instead, Nneka Egbuna had to fight for it — a struggle which her gripping songs reflect. The German-Nigerian musician granted DW a glimpse into how her life and music span continents.
David Cameron has hosted "an all-out assault" on corruption in London. But NGOs said the UK, whose overseas territories amount to a third of the world's tax havens, is in a unique position to do much more.
Britain's prime minister has been caught on film saying leaders of "fantastically corrupt" nations will attend a UK-hosted anti-graft summit. Cameron also remarked that Afghanistan and Nigeria may be the "most corrupt."
NATO is not only planning to boost its forces in the east: The alliance wants to focus on counterterrorism and immigration on its southern flank. Bernd Riegert reports from the NATO summit in Warsaw.
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