A new report lists Somalia, North Korea and Afghanistan as the most highly corrupt nations on Earth.

Transparency International released its annual Corruption Perceptions Index on Wednesday, relying on what it calls expert opinion from around the world to measure perceived levels of public sector corruption.

Low scores mean more corruption, and the report gave Somalia and North Korea an eight, while putting Afghanistan at 11.

No country scored a perfect 100, but a few came close, with Denmark at 91, and Finland and Sweden each at 90.

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Link to full list Corruption Perceptions Index 2015 - Transparency International