The Paris prosecutor’s office has opened an investigation into an alarming new spyware known as Pegasus. Activists, journalists, politicians, and business executives from around the world are all suspected of having been targeted by the military-grade malware from the Israel-based NSO Group.
Amnesty International attests that French Emmanuel Macron is one of 14 current or...
July 20, 2021
Serbian interior minister calls to unite ‘Serb world’
At a meeting marking the 13th anniversary of the Socialist Movement, Serbian Interior Minister Aleksandar Vulin sparked controversy after he called on his government to “unite the Serb world.”
“The task for this generation of politicians is to form a Serb world, that is to unite Serbs wherever they live,” Vulin told meeting attendees, including...
July 19, 2021
Irish, Dutch authorities seize millions worth of cocaine
Some 35-million euro ($41.4 million) worth of cocaine was blocked entry into Europe as the continent beefs up its efforts to crack down on illegal drugs.
In a joint operation, Irish and Dutch authorities, with the help of sniffing dogs and x-ray scanners have seized some 2,000 bags of drugs found inside two shipping containers...
Russian authorities have warned members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) + community of a potential arrest if they continue fathering children to surrogate mothers. A report by... read more →
The Russian government has denied rumours that it was allegedly in collaboration with a group of hackers to steal data from western pharmaceutical and academic organisations. In a televised interview... read more →
The French government is underway with the investigation of an alleged €1.7-million fraud of the country’s temporary unemployment scheme that was meant to aid businesses and workers amid the global... read more →
Dutch police captured on Wednesday captured six men after discovering seven soundproof sea containers converted into a “torture chamber” in the small village of Wouwse Plantage close to the Belgium... read more →
Both Croatia and the European institutions are coming under fire after fresh allegations that Zagreb has been mistreating migrants. Over the past month, multiple groups of migrants have reported abuse... read more →
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