Bosnian journalists on Monday urged the authorities to investigate the violent assault that took place on Sunday night against a Bosnian Serb reporter who covers political demonstrations. Attacked near his... read more →
Hungary, which according to Transparency International is the second most corrupt country in the EU after Bulgaria, is facing fresh allegations of graft, according to a report by the Wall... read more →
Thousands of people protested against the Moldovan government in the capital city Chisinau on Monday, while pro-Russian President Igor Dodon and government officials laid flowers at the monument of Stephen... read more →
A German journalist and translator tried in Turkey for "terrorist" activities announced on Monday that the Turkish authorities had lifted her ban on leaving the country, in a decision that... read more →
Montenegrin investigative journalist Jovo Martinovic, who spent nearly 15 months in detention for investigating trafficking and corruption Montenegro, has won the 2018 Peter Mackler Award for journalistic courage and ethics.... read more →
After a long period of instability and the coming to power of the Social Democrats promising an anticorruption program, Macedonia is instituting reforms to overhaul the country’s political life and... read more →
The Ukrainian prosecutor's office on Thursday called for a 15-year prison term for former Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych, who fled to Russia after his dismissal and trial in absentia for... read more →
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