Afghanistan, Iraq Near Bottom of Corruption Index
Despite billions of dollars spent by the U.S. and other countries to improve governance in Afghanistan and Iraq, the two countries remain among the world’s most corrupt nations, according to the latest edition of Transparency International’s (TI)Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI).
Thursday, November 19, 2009
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- Iran says : IAEA resolution a 'great failure' for...
- IAEA Chief ElBaradei Reports on Iran
- Afghanistan under Obama's Karzai - RAINED BULLE...
- The Week Afghanistan Becomes Obama's War
- Germany Suspects China of Spying on Uighur Expatri...
- Al Jazeera interviews analysts on Blackwater
- Iran war games commence today
- What is the American doing in Iraq & Afghanistan?
- Federalism gone wrong!
- silent cry global campaign.
- Israel's addiction to the occupation of the Palest...
- Sister of Guantanamo inmate's interview.
- Yemeni Houthi leader asks Riyadh for ceasefire.
- Iran urges peaceful resolution to Yemen crisis,
- Saudi air assaults target Yemeni civilians.
- Yemen seeks US help to quash Houthis
- Profile: Yemen's Houthi fighters
- Somaliland at crisis point
- ElBaradei Suggests Turkey Store Iran's Uranium .
- Abbas' move highlights failure of peace process
- Israel's Timely Interception??
- Karadzic attends trial, calls for delay
- PALESTINIANS PRISONERS
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