The National Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine (NABU) has launched a pre-trial investigation into allegations of extortion carried out by officials at its sister anticorruption agency, according to a NABU spokeswoman.... read more →
Thousand’s of people have taken to the streets in Romania to protest against government reforms that critics say will undermine the independence of the judiciary and water down penalties for... read more →
Bulgaria has received a mixed scorecard from the European Commission in its latest review of the country’s efforts to implement judicial reform and combat organised crime. November’s report took stock... read more →
Billionaire Russian businessman and senator Suleiman Kerimov has been released on bail in France following his arrest on Monday on suspicion of tax evasion relating to the purchase of multimillion-dollar... read more →
Romanian anti-corruption authorities have opened an investigation into Liviu Dragnea, head of the ruling Social Democratic Party (PSD), on suspicion of setting up a “criminal group” to commit fraud, forgery... read more →
The Albanian parliament voted on Wednesday to block the arrest of Saimir Tahiri, a Socialist MP and former interior minister wanted for questioning by prosecutors in relation to an international... read more →
The Serbian Orthodox church has requested the release of three Serbian citizens accused of taking part in a plot to overthrow the Montenegrin government in return for guarantees that they... read more →
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