Earlier this week, Albania’s Special Appeals Court Against Corruption and Organised Crime upheld a verdict sentencing the former General Prosecutor Adriatik Llalla to two years in prison for illegally concealing... read more →
Some 2,000 people marched on the Serbian capital of Belgrade this weekend to protest Rio Tinto’s plans to expand lithium mining operations in the country, temporarily blocking a major bridge... read more →
Relations between Albania and Kosovo have sunk to new lows after a German official hinted at support for the long-disputed “Open Balkan” initiative. Kosovo is resolutely opposed to the project. ... read more →
Poland and Lithuania have called on European institutions to help them deal with a surge in migrants crossing over their borders from Belarus, as tensions between European Union countries and... read more →
In what rights activists are calling a new crackdown on opponents of Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko, security officers raided the offices and homes of independent journalists and human rights activists... read more →
London’s High Court has thrown out a Romanian extradition request for businessman Gabriel ‘Puiu’ Popoviciu. The Court found credible evidence showing that the Romanian trial judge who convicted and sentenced... read more →
German prosecutors are set to slap murder charges against a 27-year-old woman for allegedly killing five of her six children inside their home. According to Heribert Kaune-Gebhardt, a prosecutor in... read more →
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