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.
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.
Experts say the German government needs to do much more to spur investment in Africa by German industries. Establishment of special economic zones and new energy infrastructure are among the measures that would help.
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