Plans to reform athletics after repeated corruption and doping scandals have been backed by the IAAF, the sport’s embattled governing body. The proposals, put forward by IAAF President Lord Coe,... read more →
Officials from Swedish networking and telecoms giant Ericsson are being questioned by investigators in the US over allegations the firm paid hundreds of millions of dollars in bribes to politicians... read more →
The UK government has decided to remain a full member of Europol at least until Britain officially leaves the European Union, the Home Office announced this week. British officials decided... read more →
A third of people living in Europe and Central Asia view corruption as one of the most pressing problems their country faces, according to a poll conducted by Transparency International.... read more →
Police forces and computer security incident response teams (CSIRTs) from across Europe this week gathered in The Hague for a two-day workshop on how they can improve cooperation and information... read more →
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