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Global Corruption is Better, But It's Still Bad - Transparency International Report

Although corruption is still rife globally, more countries improved their scores in the 2015 edition of Transparency International’s Corruption Perceptions Index that declined.   According to a new report by global corruption watchdog Transparency International perceptions of public sector...

After New Drone Law, More than 300,000 Civilian Drones Registered in US in the Last 30 Days

The US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has revealed that nearly 300,000 drones have been registered in the US in the last 30 days.   All manner of remote control flying systems from toys to aerial cameras - civilian drones, are to be compulsorily registered in the US with effect from...

Virologists say Zika Virus Found In Australian Travellers Returning from South America

Australian travelers returning from South America have been found to carry with the mosquito-borne Zika virus, linked to brain damage in thousands of babies in Brazil,, say Australian virologists.   However the right species of mosquito to act as a vector is required for the virus to spread....

Catalan Municipality Declared King of Spain Persona Non Grata

The king of Spain Felipe VI and any other representative of the Spanish monarchy was unanimously declared persona non grata at the plenary session of the Catalan municipality of Breda. This was stated by representatives of the party "Republican Left of Catalonia» (ERC), reports the newspaper El...

: Brazilian Women Are Asked to Postpone Pregnancy

Outbreak of an infectious disease, which is believed to cause children to be born with abnormally small heads, forced the governments of Latin America to advise women not to get pregnant until all the circumstances are clear. "We would advise all women of childbearing age to take steps to plan...

Former Tennis Player Pleading Guilty Raises Concerns over Match Fixing in Tennis

After a former Australian professional tennis player pleaded guilty to match-fixing just hours after a top global bookmaker suspended betting on a suspicious match at the Australian Open, allegations of corruption in world tennis were reignited on Monday.   After reports surfaced last week...

Britain Threatened in an ISIS video that Purports to Show Paris Attackers

Images and last statements of nine of the people who took part in the Paris attacks that killed 130 people on November 13 were shown in a video published on Sunday by the media center of Islamic State which was purported for this purpose.   The video, which is yet to be verified, showed the...

Greek Islanders Likely be Nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize

With the support of their national government, Greek islanders who have been on the frontline of the refugee crisis are to be nominated for the Nobel peace prize. Those who live on the Greek islands in the Aegean Sea were the ones to receive most of the 900,000 refugees who were scared, soaked...

Air raids on ISIS’s capital kill scores of people

In a continuation of their strategy to soften the targets before a possible ground attack, Russian and Syrian air forces have killed scores in Raqqa and Deir al-Zor. As per a group monitoring the war situation in Syria, in the past 24 hours, a series of air raids in eastern and northern Syria, in...

Ferocious Russian bombardments take their toll on the Islamic State

Fighting a losing war, the Islamic State, is facing attrition not only in its fighting force, but economically too, the glut in the oil market is ensuring that they do not get top dollar for their spoils of war. Russia’s blistering attacks on the forces opposing Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has...
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