Ukraine loses more than 4 billion euros annually to corruption at the countries borders, according to an investigative report by the German newspaper, Süddeutsche Zeitung. "This is more than one-tenth... read more →
The May 2019 European elections could be targeted by "Fake News", cyber attacks, and other forms of voter manipulation targeted campaigns on the Internet, according to EU Security Commissioner Julian... read more →
According to numerous international reports, Albanian criminal organizations are very active in drug trafficking. In addition to local production, there are now important routes from South America Albanian criminal organisations "control... read more →
The well-known Serbian lawyer Dragoslav Ognjanovic, who defended former Yugoslav president Slobodan Milosevic during his trial for war crimes, was killed on Saturday night in Belgrade, according to police. Ognjanovic,... read more →
Demonstrations drawing thousands of people took place on Thursday evening in about 20 Polish cities to protest against recent judicial reforms. The protesters rallied against the decision of President Andrzej... read more →
Investigators in the German state of Saxony have uncovered a Europe-wide network of cybercriminals, leading to arrest of 15 people accused of fraudulent online orders worth more than 18 million... read more →
The European Commission decided on Thursday to refer Hungary to the EU Court of Justice (ECJ) for "non-compliance" with EU legislation on asylum and the return of migrants. The Commission... read more →
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