Russian nationalists backed a criminal group that plotted to assassinate Montenegro’s pro-western Prime Minister during the run-up to last month’s election as part of a bid to sway the vote,... read more →
Controversial Montenegrin Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic has resigned after more than 25 years in power after his party posted disappointing results in this month’s parliamentary elections. Djukanovic, who was... read more →
French authorities this morning began evacuating the Jungle migrant camp in Calais ahead of its planned destruction later this week. The shantytown, which has long been targeted by people smugglers... read more →
Milo Djukanovic’s Democratic Party of Socialists (DPS) has been left severely weakened after it failed to secure a majority in Montenegro’s national election on Sunday. Despite winning the single largest... read more →
09The Russian hacking group responsible for leaking the medical records of scores of Olympic athletes may have altered the documents it made public, it has been suggested. The World Anti-Doping... read more →
Three former Popular Party (PP) treasurers are standing trial alongside 34 other defendants in what has been billed as one of Spain’s biggest ever corruption trials. The so-called Gürtel case... read more →
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has urged Ukraine to produce evidence that its fight against institutionalised corruption is making progress. The lender said the conflict-embattled country must “show concrete... read more →
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