A man boards the ‘Corruptour’, a bus that offers a sightseeing tour through parts of Mexico City related to recent corruption scandals that have embroiled the country’s top party. Source: Yuri Cortez/AFP/Getty Images.
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Mexican anger over corruption deepens – but will politicians change their ways?

This material belongs to: The Guardian. The Institutional Revolutionary party claims it fired Santiago Nieto for discussing a case with the press, but Mexicans weary…
20011013-GULBAHAR, AFGHANISTAN: Afghan children listen a lesson at a school in Gulbahar, some 30 km from Kabul, 13 October 2001. US warplanes and missiles bombarded Afghan airbases and military camps on Saturday, 13 october 2001, but frustrated opposition forces claimed Washington was not targeting frontline Taliban positions. Source: Sergei Ilnitsky.
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Report Reveals Corruption At Education Ministry

This material belongs to: TOLOnews. The report says 75 percent of teacher training graduates are not being hired at schools due to corruption in the…
A woman places flowers at the scene of the assassination of investigative journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia, killed in a car bomb attack, alongside the road leading from her home in Bidnija, Malta, Oct. 23. Source: REUTERS.
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Maltese journalist’s assassination silences anti-corruption voice

This material belongs to: The Japan Times. BIDNIJA, MALTA – A few hundred meters from the home of Maltese investigative journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia, in the…