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  •  - Thai anti-government "red shirt" protesters hold banners to demonstrate against what they claim to be U.N. inaction toward the Myanmar military regime

    Thai anti-government "red shirt" protesters hold banners to demonstrate against what they claim to be U.N. inaction toward the Myanmar military regime

    Posted: 10/26/2010 5:36:57 AM EST
    Thai anti-government "red shirt" protesters hold banners to demonstrate against what they claim to be U.N. inaction toward the Myanmar military regime during U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon's visit in Bangkok October 26, 2010. Myanmar will hold its first parliamentary election in two decades on Nov. 7, although critics say it will simply cement the military's grip on power under the guise of civilian rule. Ban on his visit to Thailand, urged the Myanmar government for transparency in the upcoming elections. REUTERS/Chaiwat Subprasom (THAILAND - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
  •  - Israel's Finance Minister Steinitz  holds a news conference in Jerusalem

    Israel's Finance Minister Steinitz holds a news conference in Jerusalem

    Posted: 2/23/2010 10:14:49 AM EST
    Israel's Finance Minister Yuval Steinitz holds a news conference in Jerusalem February 23, 2010. Israel's Finance Ministry said on Tuesday it plans to enact new regulations in the next couple to increase transparency and create rules for institutional investors buying corporate bonds. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (JERUSALEM - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS)
  •  - Iraq's Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki attends the IEITI launch event in Baghdad

    Iraq's Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki attends the IEITI launch event in Baghdad

    Posted: 1/10/2010 7:30:33 AM EST
    Iraq's Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki (C) attends the Iraqi Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (IEITI) launch event in Baghdad, January 10, 2010. REUTERS/Iraqi Government/Handout (IRAQ - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS) FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY. NOT FOR SALE FOR MARKETING OR ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS
  •  - Oil Minister of Equador Pinto addresses a news conference after a "EU-OPEC energy dialogue" conference in Vienna

    Oil Minister of Equador Pinto addresses a news conference after a "EU-OPEC energy dialogue" conference in Vienna

    Posted: 6/23/2009 8:49:34 AM EST
    Oil Minister of Equador Germanico Pinto addresses a news conference after a "EU-OPEC energy dialogue" conference in Vienna June 23, 2009. Oil markets risk another price bubble if the global financial sector is not reformed and transparency increased, the European Union said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader (AUSTRIA POLITICS ENERGY HEADSHOT)
  •  - Photocopy of a document seized by French police shows a Gabon Treasury Check as part of an embezzelment probe

    Photocopy of a document seized by French police shows a Gabon Treasury Check as part of an embezzelment probe

    Posted: 5/6/2009 10:52:13 AM EST
    Photocopy of a document seized by French police shows a Gabon Treasury Check, dated February 5, 2004, for the amount of 390,795 euros ($519,235), used by Gabon President Omar Bongo's wife Edith Lucie Bongo, for the purchase of a Maybach luxury automobile. A magistrate launched the investigation on Tuesday in response to a complaint filed by the French arm of Transparency International, an independent anti-graft watchdog, against the presidents of Gabon, Congo Republic and Equatorial Guinea and their relatives. REUTERS/French Judiciary Police/Handout (FRANCE POLITICS CRIME LAW) FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY. NOT FOR SALE FOR MARKETING OR ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS
  •  - A woman and her son wear protective masks at  the Hidalgo subway station in Mexico City

    A woman and her son wear protective masks at the Hidalgo subway station in Mexico City

    Posted: 4/29/2009 1:02:07 PM EST
    A woman and her son wear protective masks at the Hidalgo subway station in Mexico City April 29, 2009. Mexico's foreign minister vowed on Wednesday that her country would act responsibly and with transparency to deal with a swine flu crisis that health officials fear could erupt into a pandemic. REUTERS/Daniel Aguilar (MEXICO HEALTH)
  •  - Britain's Business Minister Peter Mandelson sits in a Range Rover car in a dealership showroom in Sao Paulo

    Britain's Business Minister Peter Mandelson sits in a Range Rover car in a dealership showroom in Sao Paulo

    Posted: 3/26/2009 2:07:16 PM EST
    Britain's Business Minister Peter Mandelson sits in a Range Rover car in a dealership showroom in Sao Paulo March 26, 2009. Mandelson, who is leading a British delegation of entrepreneurs to explore investment opportunities in Brazil, said he expected the G20 summit to produce broad agreement on the need for stronger corporate governance, transparency and bank regulations. REUTERS/Alex Almeida (BRAZIL TRANSPORT POLITICS BUSINESS)
  •  - Britain's Business Minister Peter Mandelson sits in a Range Rover car in a dealership showroom in Sao Paulo

    Britain's Business Minister Peter Mandelson sits in a Range Rover car in a dealership showroom in Sao Paulo

    Posted: 3/26/2009 2:06:03 PM EST
    Britain's Business Minister Peter Mandelson sits in a Range Rover car in a dealership showroom in Sao Paulo March 26, 2009. Mandelson, who is leading a British delegation of entrepreneurs to explore investment opportunities in Brazil, said he expected the G20 summit to produce broad agreement on the need for stronger corporate governance, transparency and bank regulations. REUTERS/Alex Almeida (BRAZIL TRANSPORT POLITICS BUSINESS)
  •  - Britain's Business Minister Peter Mandelson looks into a Range Rover car in a dealership showroom in Sao Paulo

    Britain's Business Minister Peter Mandelson looks into a Range Rover car in a dealership showroom in Sao Paulo

    Posted: 3/26/2009 2:04:32 PM EST
    Britain's Business Minister Peter Mandelson looks into a Range Rover car in a dealership showroom in Sao Paulo March 26, 2009. Mandelson, who is leading a British delegation of entrepreneurs to explore investment opportunities in Brazil, said he expected the G20 summit to produce broad agreement on the need for stronger corporate governance, transparency and bank regulations. REUTERS/Alex Almeida (BRAZIL TRANSPORT POLITICS BUSINESS)
  •  - U.S. Treasury Secretary Geinther speaks to reporters during meeting at Treasury in Washington

    U.S. Treasury Secretary Geinther speaks to reporters during meeting at Treasury in Washington

    Posted: 1/28/2009 2:34:28 PM EST
    U.S. Treasury Secretary Tim Geinther speaks to reporters during a meeting at the Treasury in Washington January 28, 2009. The Treasury today announced new measures to increase transparency and accountability in the Troubled Assets Relief Program (TARP). REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque (UNITED STATES)
  •  - Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown, greets France's first lady Carla Bruni on the doorstep of 10 Downing Street in London

    Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown, greets France's first lady Carla Bruni on the doorstep of 10 Downing Street in London

    Posted: 3/27/2008 9:21:52 AM EST
    Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown (L), greets France's first lady Carla Bruni on the doorstep of 10 Downing Street in London March 27, 2008. French President Nicolas Sarkozy and Brown are expected to call for greater transparency in financial markets on Thursday, on the second day of a state visit, in an effort to tackle the global credit crunch. REUTERS/Kieran Doherty (BRITAIN)
  •  - The wife of Britain's Prime Minister Sarah Brown and France's first lady Carla Bruni pose for photographers in front of 10 Downing Street in London

    The wife of Britain's Prime Minister Sarah Brown and France's first lady Carla Bruni pose for photographers in front of 10 Downing Street in London

    Posted: 3/27/2008 9:19:16 AM EST
    The wife of Britain's Prime Minister Sarah Brown (L), and France's first lady Carla Bruni pose for photographers on the doorstep of 10 Downing Street in London March 27, 2008. French President Nicolas Sarkozy and Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown are expected to call for greater transparency in financial markets on Thursday, on the second day of a state visit, in an effort to tackle the global credit crunch. REUTERS/Kieran Doherty (BRITAIN)
  •  - French President Nicolas Sarkozy and his wife Carla Bruni leave Windsor Castle in Windsor, southern England

    French President Nicolas Sarkozy and his wife Carla Bruni leave Windsor Castle in Windsor, southern England

    Posted: 3/27/2008 8:33:34 AM EST
    French President Nicolas Sarkozy and his wife Carla Bruni leave Windsor Castle in Windsor, southern England March 27, 2008. French President Nicolas Sarkozy and Prime Minister Gordon Brown are expected to call for greater transparency in financial markets on Thursday, the second day of a state visit, in an effort to tackle the global credit crunch. REUTERS/Lewis Whyld/Pool (BRITAIN)
  •  - Berlin mayor Wowereit talks to Prince Albert of Monaco in front of the Brandenburg gate in Berlin

    Berlin mayor Wowereit talks to Prince Albert of Monaco in front of the Brandenburg gate in Berlin

    Posted: 2/27/2008 7:10:41 AM EST
    Berlin mayor Klaus Wowereit (R) talks to Prince Albert of Monaco II as they pose for journalists in front of the Brandenburg gate in Berlin, February 27, 2008. Prince Albert defended the principality's banking sector on Wednesday ahead of talks with German Chancellor Angela Merkel that take place amid pressure for tax havens to crack down on financial crime. Albert told Germany's Frankfurt Allgemeine Zeitung newspaper that Monaco had improved its banking transparency and aimed to reach the highest international banking standards. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz (GERMANY)
  •  - Iran's IAEA Ambassador Soltaniyeh briefs the media during a board of governors meeting in Vienna

    Iran's IAEA Ambassador Soltaniyeh briefs the media during a board of governors meeting in Vienna

    Posted: 9/12/2007 7:51:12 AM EST
    Aliasghar Soltaniyeh, Iran's International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Ambassador, briefs the media during a board of governors meeting in Vienna September 12, 2007. Iran's nuclear transparency deal with U.N. inspectors could be a recipe for delay and the lack of provision for suspending Tehran's uranium enrichment is unacceptable, European Union powers said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Herwig Prammer (AUSTRIA)
  •  - Germany's IAEA Ambassador Gottwald briefs the media during an IAEA board of governors meeting in Vienna

    Germany's IAEA Ambassador Gottwald briefs the media during an IAEA board of governors meeting in Vienna

    Posted: 9/10/2007 6:34:59 AM EST
    Peter Gottwald, Germany's International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Ambassador, briefs the media during an IAEA board of governors meeting at Vienna's U.N. headquarters in Vienna September 10, 2007. The chief of the U.N. nuclear watchdog Mohamed ElBaradei will tell sceptical nations on its governing board this week Iran's pledge of atomic transparency should be given a chance to work, not dismissed as a time-buying ruse. REUTERS/Herwig Prammer (AUSTRIA)
  •  - To match feature KENYA CORRUPTION

    To match feature KENYA CORRUPTION

    Posted: 7/16/2006 9:09:17 PM EST
    Artur Margariyan, an "Armenian" national, pats his dog after an interview with Reuters at his home in Nairobi March 16, 2006. A government inquiry does not know the real names of two men it is investigating, nor their nationality, nor whether they are brothers as they claim. A lawyer trying to represent the two alleged "Armenians" was sent away and told to come back when he works out who they are. These are two of the more bizarre aspects of a dizzying series of corruption scandals, piled one on another, which have deepened Kenya's reputation as one of the most graft-infested places in the world, rated 144th out of 158 in the latest survey by the Transparency International (TI) corruption watchdog. Picture taken March 16, 2006. To match feature KENYA CORRUPTION REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (KENYA)
  •  - To match feature KENYA CORRUPTION

    To match feature KENYA CORRUPTION

    Posted: 7/16/2006 9:08:58 PM EST
    Artur Margariyan, an "Armenian" national, gestures during an interview with Reuters at his home in Nairobi March 16, 2006. A government inquiry does not know the real names of two men it is investigating, nor their nationality, nor whether they are brothers as they claim. A lawyer trying to represent the two alleged "Armenians" was sent away and told to come back when he works out who they are. These are two of the more bizarre aspects of a dizzying series of corruption scandals, piled one on another, which have deepened Kenya's reputation as one of the most graft-infested places in the world, rated 144th out of 158 in the latest survey by the Transparency International (TI) corruption watchdog. Picture taken March 16, 2006. To match feature KENYA CORRUPTION REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (KENYA)
  •  - Supporters of Venezuela's opposition parties shout during rally demanding for transparency in upcoming presidential elections in Caracas

    Supporters of Venezuela's opposition parties shout during rally demanding for transparency in upcoming presidential elections in Caracas

    Posted: 7/15/2006 6:17:11 PM EST
    Supporters of Venezuela's opposition parties shout during a rally demanding for transparency in the upcoming presidential elections in Caracas, July 15, 2006. REUTERS/Francesco Spotorno (VENEZUELA)
  •  - Richard Vuylsteke from AmCham speaks at a news conference in Taiwan

    Richard Vuylsteke from AmCham speaks at a news conference in Taiwan

    Posted: 5/30/2006 7:37:05 AM EST
    Richard Vuylsteke, executive director of the American Chamber of Commerce, speaks at a news conference in Taipei, Taiwan, May 30 2006.The investigation of a scandal implicating Taiwan President Chen Shui-bian's family reflects increased transparency in financial dealings, AmCham officials said. REUTERS/Richard Chung


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