Romanian President Klaus Iohannis has signed a decree dismissing the head of the National Anti-Corruption Directorate (DNA) - Laura Codruţa Kovesi, who had been in the crosshairs of the government... read more →
Shares of Dankse Bank, the largest bank in Denmark, fell by around 3% on the Copenhagen Stock Exchange after the local newspaper Berlingske reported on investigation into the bank’s alleged... read more →
The Council of Europe has decided to exclude 14 former members, including Belgian members Alain Destexhe and Stef Goris, from its Parliamentary Assembly, who were accused of accepting gifts and... read more →
The European Commission on Monday launched a new infringement procedure against Poland, aimed at "protecting the independence of the Polish Supreme Court" on the eve of the entry into force... read more →
Spanish national police, coordinating with Europol, have conducted one of the largest anti-drug raids in Europe of recent times, seizing US $ 5.2 million in Bitcoins and other cryptocurrencies, in... read more →
EU affairs ministers pressed the Polish government on Tuesday for several hours over its controversial judicial reforms. The hearing, a first in the history of the European Union, was constructive,... read more →
The Council of Europe (CoE) has given a satisfactory assessment of Russia's efforts to criminalise bribery and promote transparency in the financing of political parties in the report by the... read more →
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