The Open Society Foundations of billionaire philanthropist George Soros announced on Tuesday that they would close their offices in Budapest and move to Berlin, as a result, they say, of... read more →
Human Rights Watch (HRW) has published a report on the human rights situation in Russia on the eve of the FIFA World Cup. Human Rights Watch emphasizes that the background to the tournament , which... read more →
Some 5,000 people demanded the resignation of the Romanian government and chanted "PSD, Red Plague", "Thieves!" and "Resignation!" in Victorei Square in Central Bucharest accusing the PSD-ALDE coalition of trammeling... read more →
The British parliament decided this week to impose more transparency on its overseas territories, including the British Virgin Islands and the Cayman Islands, in a move that, although welcome, will... read more →
Several thousand protesters took to the streets in Warsaw on Saturday to defend the independence of the judiciary, which the observers say is undermined by the reforms of the conservative... read more →
Former Romanian Prime Minister Victor Ponta was acquitted on Thursday of charges of forgery, complicity in tax evasion and money laundering. He was tried alongside former Transport Minister Dan Sova... read more →
Several hundred people have demonstrated today in front of the Montenegrin parliament building, in Podgorica, in the aftermath of the shooting of a journalist who has written about organised crime... read more →
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