The European Union Court of Justice (ECJ) has asked Poland to temporarily suspend its controversial reform of the Supreme Court, pending a final judgment, according to a statement released on... read more →
The Skopje Court of Appeal has confirmed the two-year prison sentence handed down to former Macedonian premier Nikola Gruevski for corruption, upholding the original ruling issued in May. The ex-prime... read more →
The European Parliament voted on Wednesday in favour of launching the Article 7 procedure against Hungary for violating European values, raising the prospect of Budapest being sanctioned by Brussels. The... read more →
Adina Florea, a prosecutor currently delegated to the Constanţa Court of Appeals, will be proposed by Romanian Justice Minister Tudorel Toader to serve as chief prosecutor of Romania's National Anticorruption... read more →
The US-based Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty (RFE/RL) said on Tuesday it was "outraged" after a Ukrainian court's decision to allow the public prosecutor's office access to the phone records of... read more →
Dutch bank ING, which was under investigation in the Netherlands for "money laundering and corrupt practices", has paid the sum of 775 million euros in an agreement with the authorities,... read more →
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