Civil society groups have heavily criticised a draft bill establishing an anti-corruption court in Ukraine for failing to ensure the independence of the new institution. When details of the long-awaited... read more →
In the face of strong international pressure Ukrainian lawmakers have backtracked on a controversial bill that would have allowed parliament to dismiss the heads of Ukraine’s anti-corruption bodies. The proposed... read more →
The US government’s star witness in its case against Turkish officials accused of running a billion-dollar oil-for-gold scheme in violation of the Iran sanctions has admitted that he paid bribes... read more →
Despite recent improvements, the battle against corruption in Albania remains one of its most difficult challenges and biggest hurdles to European Union membership. In 2012 Transparency International ranked Albania as... read more →
Four Bulgarian citizens have been arrested for allegedly running an ATM skimming operation in Europe, the international law enforcement agency, Europol, announced on Thursday. The concerted action involved the Italian... read more →
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