Monthly Archives: January 2016

Corruption Perception Index 2015 Is Out

Transparency International just released its Corruption Perception Index 2015. A country or territory’s score indicates the perceived level of public sector corruption on a scale of 0 (highly corrupt) to 100 (very clean). A country’s rank indicates its position relative … Continue reading

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88 Years: A Story of Survival and Independence

Today, she turns 88 years old. She witnessed the World War II, a communist dictatorship and hard-living conditions. Despite all, she remained free. At 12, she was sent away to work as a house helper for a Hungarian notary office … Continue reading

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Selfie Addiction

Or simply narcissism. People addicted to themselves. Grotesque – this is how the world looks like today. So glad selfie sticks are not allowed in museums (for now). Can you imagine this? 😉😆 #museumselfie — Jeff Barrett (@BarrettAll) 20 … Continue reading

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First Flower Grown in Space

First ever flower grown in space makes its debut! #SpaceFlower #zinnia #YearInSpace — Scott Kelly (@StationCDRKelly) 16 Janvier 2016  

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500 WordPress Followers!

This blog reached an important milestone: happy and grateful to have 500 WordPress followers. Wishing you a Happy Sunday!

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Terror Reaches #Jakarta

Jakarta blasts: timeline of Islamist attacks in Indonesia — AFP news agency (@AFP) 14 Janvier 2016  

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Women Censored for Offending the Offender

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Expensive Tuition Fees?

Think again… some might have it harder to deal with. Unsurprisingly, Romania comes second.

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