Germany has a “massive problem” with money laundering by criminal organisations in its property sector, according to a report by the German branch of Transparency International. Billions of euros are... read more →
Romania’s governing Social Democratic Party (PSD) has announced plans to push through highly controversial reforms to the country’s criminal code by way of an emergency ordinance, according to Romanian website... read more →
The attack on the Macedonian parliament that took place in April 2017, injuring more than hundred people including the current prime minister, Zoran Zaev, was orchestrated directly from VMRO-DPMNE party... read more →
Vladimir Atanasovski, the former director of the secret services of Macedonia was arrested on Tuesday night following allegations that he organised an armed attack on the Macedonian parliament that injured... read more →
Israeli police announced on Sunday that they have recommended the prosecution of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his wife Sara for fraud and corruption, the third such recommendation against the... read more →
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 →
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