Corruption costs European economy 120 billion euros a year

West Africa: Word, Symbol, Song (16th Oct 15 to 16th Oct 16)

An exhibition of literature and music – from the great African empires of the Middle Ages to the cultural dynamism of West Africa today…. Exhibitions in London this month – All In London

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Corruption costs European economy 120 billion euros a year

TRADE: Often Copied, Never Equalled Exhibition (16th Oct 15 to 16th Jan 16)

An idea was born in October 1990 that changed the face of clubbing forever … The 1980s’ gay-club scene was already thriving, playing disco, alternative electronic and early house music in venues su… Exhibitions in London this month – All In London

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Corruption costs European economy 120 billion euros a year

West Africa Word Symbol Song (16th Oct 15 to 16th Feb 16)

An exhibition of literature and music – from the great African empires of the Middle Ages to the cultural dynamism of West Africa today Fascinating stories from the region’s 17 nations show how Wes… Exhibitions in London this month – All In London

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Corruption costs European economy 120 billion euros a year

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Corruption costs European economy 120 billion euros a year

Canada shuts out Czechs in world junior exhibition

IMATRA, FINLAND –  Mackenzie Blackwood recorded the shutout as Canada blanked the Czech Republic 1-0 on Sunday in an exhibition ahead of the world junior hockey championship. Rourke Chartier scored the lone goal for the Canadians in the second period. Anthony Beauvillier fed Chartier with a back-door pass to give Canada a one-goal advantage. Chartier, who…

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