The Moldovan General Prosecutor Alexandr Stoianoglo was detained earlier this week for 72 hours on charges related to corruption and abuse of power. “We are returning to a ‘captured’ state,”... read more →
Leaked documents from the Panama Papers have directed attention to Bosnian engineering firm EnergoInvest in relation to the electricity interconnection line built between Albania and Kosovo. Ten years in the... read more →
Border tensions along the disputed Kosovo-Serbia boundary escalated over the weekend after ethnic Serbs set fire to a government office and threw hand grenades at another government building. The group... read more →
Earlier this week, Albania’s Special Appeals Court Against Corruption and Organised Crime upheld a verdict sentencing the former General Prosecutor Adriatik Llalla to two years in prison for illegally concealing... read more →
Authorities in the UK and Moldova agreed yesterday that illicit cash confiscated from Luca Filat, son of the former Moldovan Prime Minister Vlad Filat, by British courts will be returned... read more →
The Montenegrin parliament voted in favour of an initiative demanding that the Constitutional Court rule on whether President Milo Djukanovic was in violation of his constitutional responsibilities when he backed... read more →
Some 2,000 people marched on the Serbian capital of Belgrade this weekend to protest Rio Tinto’s plans to expand lithium mining operations in the country, temporarily blocking a major bridge... read more →
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