In London, British Prime Minister David Cameron has kicked off a global anti-corruption summit. Cameron is pushing for new international commitments on tackling corruption from almost 50 nations, including Nigeria and Afghanistan.
A single African air transport market, promises to fight corruption and plans to address the continent's crises dominated the African Union summit. But with a full agenda for 2018, how much will the AU manage?
A corporate bribery trial in Milan billed as the biggest in history has been postponed. Court proceedings against oil companies Shell and Eni over corruption in the Nigerian oil sector will now only start in mid-May.
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."
The global public health initiative to eradicate polio is "not a done deal." That's the consensus at the 2016 World Health Summit in Berlin. There is plenty of potential for us to fail. On three counts.
© 2018 Deutsche Welle |
Legal notice |
| Mobile version