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 →
The Prague Prosecutor's Office has accused a 70-year-old Czech man of committing two terrorist attacks by felling trees on railway tracks, causing train collisions, and then spreading fake leaflets attributing... read more →
Shortly before assuming the rotating EU Presidency, the Romanian government has set itself on a confrontational course with Brussels. Prime Minister Viorica Dăncilă and the leader of the ruling Social... read more →
Some six hundred Macedonian prisoners have gone on hunger strike to demand that a proposed amnesty for participants in last year’s attack on parliament be extended to other offences. The... 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 →
Romania’s governing Social Democratic Party (PSD) has announced plans to push through highly controversial reforms to the country’s criminal code by way of an emergency ordinance, according to Romanian website... 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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