Britain's Queen Elizabeth II speaks with British Prime Minister David Cameron (2nd R) during a reception in Buckingham Palace in London on May 10, 2016. / AFP / POOL / PAUL HACKETT
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British Prime Minister David Cameron called Nigeria and Afghanistan "possibly the two most corrupt countries in the world" in inadvertently public remarks Tuesday, as Queen Elizabeth II was caught making her own gaffe about a "rude" Chinese delegation.Cameron was filmed making the remarks to the queen and Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby at an event at Buckingham Palace, ahead of an anti-corruption summit he is hosting in London Thursday. "He's really trying," Cameron agreed, and the queen noted to Welby: "He is trying, isn't he?"It was not clear to whom they were referring, but Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari and Afghanistan's President Ashraf Ghani are both due to attend the summit.In Afghanistan, Ghani also made a promise to rein in runaway corruption when he was elected in 2014 .
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