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Editor’s choice

A daily selection of news articles from around the world, chosen by our analysts:

18 May 2017
Macron's new government far from set in stone with crucial elections ahead >
President Emmanuel Macron might have announced his new balanced government but it's far from set in stone. A poor showing in June's legislative elections could force him to change a few names...

Source: The Local France

18 May 2017
Kenya: 23 Counties Snub EACC Meeting On Graft in Nakuru >
More than 20 counties have snubbed a workshop convened by the anti-corruption commission to declare their assets in Nakuru. The Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC) had invited technical officers in charge of the declaration of income, assets...

Source: AllAfrica.com

18 May 2017
Brazil’s President Michel Temer denies hush money claim >
By BBC News President Michel Temer of Brazil has denied a newspaper report that he approved payments to silence a possible witness in a corruption inquiry. He was accused of authorising illicit...

Source: Kbctv.co.ke

18 May 2017
Military corruption undermining war against Boko Haram: Transparency International >
By News Express on 18/05/2017 Share on Tweet Views: 51 Military corruption is weakening Nigeria’s efforts to battle the Islamist insurgency of Boko Haram, the watchdog Transparency...

Source: News Express Nigeria

18 May 2017
NEW Government warned about perils of tightening tax amnesty program >
OTTAWA — Within weeks, Ottawa is expected to unveil proposed restrictions to an income tax amnesty program that has raked in millions for federal coffers, but experts are warning the government to...

Source: Advocate Daily