Christchurch attacker travelled to Bulgaria to visit historic war sites
Authorities in Sofia are investigating the reasons behind a visit made to Bulgaria by the right-wing terrorist who carried out an attack on two Mosques in New Zealand that killed fifty worshipers and injured fifty more.
The alleged assailant, Brenton Tarrant, a 28-year-old Australian who inflicted carnage on two mosques in the city of Christchurch...
March 20, 2019
Heavy sentences handed down to North Macedonia parliament attackers
A court in North Macedonia has sentenced 16 people, including a former interior minister, to prison sentences of between seven and 18 years for their role in a violent attack on parliament in 2017.
The court sentenced ex-interior minister Mitko Cavkov to 18 years in prison after he was found guilty of “terrorist endangerment of...
March 19, 2019
Poisoning suspected in death of model who testified at Berlusconi sex trial
A model who was a witness in Silvio Berlusconi’s “bunga bunga" sex parties trial in 2012 had high levels of heavy metals cadmium and antimony in her body when she died under mysterious circumstances this month, Italian prosecutors said on Monday.
Imane Fadil, 34, died on March 1 after being admitted to Humanitas hospital in...
Israeli Attorney General Avichai Mandelblit has announced that he will begin legal proceedings against Benjamin Netanyahu on charges of bribery, abuse of trust and fraud, just weeks before the incumbent... read more →
Several thousand people marched in the Montenegrin capital Podgorica on Saturday, demanding the resignation of the country's president, Milo Djukanovic, amidst a fresh allegations of corruption involving illicit political funding.... read more →
German authorities have seized €50 million in connection with an investigation into the so-called 'Russian laundromat', a $22 billion scheme to launder Russian money in the EU via banks in... read more →
Police in Montenegro announced yesterday that they have arrested nine men suspected of involvement in the attack on an investigative journalist Olivera Lakic who was shot and wounded last May... read more →
The Northern Macedonian Ministry of Interior has said that a potential terrorist attack by radical groups supporting the terrorist organisation "Islamic State" (IS) was prevented last week. According to the... read more →
Romanian judicial authorities have launched an investigation into Laura Codruta Kovesi, who was dismissed as the head of the country's National Anti-corruption Directorate (NDA) last year and is now the frontrunner... read more →
Spanish police have arrested 15 people suspected of earning millions of euros by fixing professional tennis matches, according to the European police agency Europol. "An organised crime group involved in... read more →
A total of 48 people have been detained in a large international operation against cocaine trafficking, involving the Spanish National Police, the Italian Guardia di Finanza and the Argentine National... read more →
Germany has a “massive problem” with money laundering by criminal organisations in its property sector, according to a report by the German branch of Transparency International. Billions of euros are... read more →
The attack on the Macedonian parliament that took place in April 2017, injuring more than hundred people including the current prime minister, Zoran Zaev, was orchestrated directly from VMRO-DPMNE party... read more →
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