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Romania's parliament exempts itself from anti-corruption laws

Faced with a host of investigations and indictments for corruption, the Romanian parliament this week voted to exempt themselves and several other government officials from anti-corruption laws.

Turkish Prime Minister's power reaches even into daily bread Special

Istanbul - As Ramadan continues in Turkey, so do protests that are quickly quelled by the Turkish Prime Minister whose wealth and power reach even into the formula for tasty bread.

Brazil hit by fresh protests after Dilma Rousseff speech

Belo Horizonte - A day after President Dilma Rousseff addressed the nation to pacify surging protests in almost all Brazilian cities, clashes continued between protesters and police in different cities of Brazil Saturday.

New Poll shows 46% of Americans think most lawmakers are corrupt

Washington - A new Rasmussen report finds that a growing number of voters now see most members of Congress as being corrupt. The 46% figure is up seven points from June, and the highest finding to be recorded.

Zindagi Trust: Advocating for better education in Pakistan Special

The Zindagi Trust was founded by Shehzad Roy, a famous Pakistani musician, in 2002 with the vision to promote the reform of the horrendous conditions of Government schools in his native country.

Op-Ed: Gulf coast oil devastation growing as BP's credibility plunges

More than a month and a half since the Gulf Coast oil crisis began, evidence of criminal negligence and public outrage are growing, the devastation, and BP's -- as well as the Federal government's -- lack of credibility is becoming increasingly obvious

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