An Austrian businessman has accused Polish leader Jarosław Kaczyński of committing ‘large scale fraud’ for allegedly failing to pay him for work he did on an abandoned Warsaw real estate... read more →
Poland's Central Anticorruption Bureau (CBA) announced on Monday morning that it has detained six people as part of an investigation into the mismanagement of assets "with a substantial value,” causing... read more →
A court in Kiev has sentenced former Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych to 13 years in prison for "high treason" for calling for Russian intervention to quash the pro-European protests that... read more →
The Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe called on European countries to enact legislation that allows sanctions to be imposed on persons involved in serious human rights violations and... read more →
The well-known Montenegrin investigative journalist Jovo Martinovic was sentenced to one and a half years in prison in Podgorica last Tuesday on charges of drug trafficking and criminal conspiracy, a... read more →
Pelin Ünker, a Turkish journalist who participated in the Paradise Papers revelations in November 2017, was sentenced on Tuesday to 13 months in prison for "insulting and defaming" former Turkish... read more →
Laura Codruta Kovesi has taken the Romanian government to the European Court of Human Rights to appeal her dismissal as head of the National Anti-corruption Directorate last year. In the... read more →
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