Ukraine has made significant progress in implementing political and economic reform and taken concrete steps to clampdown on institutionalised corruption, the EU has said. In a joint report released ahead... read more →
Estonia last week became the first European country to pass a Magnitsky-style law to stop human rights abusers entering the country. Named after Russian whistle-blower Sergei Magnitsky - who was... read more →
The United Nations’ International Anti-Corruption Day took place on Friday, focussing this year on corruption as one of the most significant barriers to achieving the organisation’s sustainable development goals (SDGs).... read more →
More than 1,000 athletes participating in 30 sports benefitted from Russia’s state-sponsored doping programme, an independent investigation has revealed. In a report funded by the by the World Anti-Doping Agency... read more →
A court in Dublin has ordered the Irish government to release €100 million belonging to Russian oligarch Mikhail Khodorkovsky. In a move that ruffled feathers in Moscow, Judge Timothy Lucey... read more →
Confidential documents relating to terrorism investigations complied by Europol have been leaked online, Dutch investigative TV programme Zembla has revealed. Ahead of the broadcast of the documentary, the European Union’s... read more →
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