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07:02 | 0 | Emg, rs
The 2010 Global Corruption Barometer surveys more than 91,000 people in 86 countries and territories. It focuses on petty bribery, perceptions of public institutions and views of whom people trust to combat corruption. Views on corruption trends are most negative in Europe and
08:16 | 0 | Tanjug
During the Council of Ministers held at the end of November, French President Nicolas Sarkozy made an indicative slip, the French satirical weekly le Canard Enchaine reported.
08:17 | 0 | Tanjug
According to Thursday data of the Russian Ministry for Emergency Situations, in Ulyanovsk and Samara districts and in Tatarstan Republic, 269 settlements, that is, 28,487 houses and apartments with 87,644 people, are without electric power for the fourth day in a row, the RIA