Both Croatia and the European institutions are coming under fire after fresh allegations that Zagreb has been mistreating migrants. Over the past month, multiple groups of migrants have reported abuse... read more →
Following a pledge made last month, Twitter has started displaying fact-checking labels on tweets linking 5G mobile technology to the ongoing coronavirus outbreak. Clicking these labels leads users to a... read more →
The Russian government has passed into law a new measure that was aimed at cracking down on false information about the coronavirus. On Tuesday, Russian lawmakers quickly passed on third... read more →
Albania and Northern Macedonia have “stepped up their work and delivered further tangible and sustainable results in the key areas,” the European Union’s Commissioner for Enlargement said in relation to... read more →
A centre-right anti-corruption party swept to victory unexpectedly in Slovakia’s first legislative elections since the murder of an investigative journalist shed light on the shady connections between the government and... read more →
Bulgaria’s General Prosecutor announced on Monday that it has opened an investigation into Prime Minister Boyko Borissov after allegations of money laundering emerged in Spain. "The Prosecutor's Office will request... read more →
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