The Romanian government has ditched an emergency decree that campaigners said would have decimalised a number of corruption offences and allowed scores of allegedly crooked politicians to escape prosecution for... read more →
Hundreds of thousands of Romanians last night took to the streets to protest against a government decree they say will water down anti-corruption laws and allow politicians to commit crime... read more →
The Albanian government has dismissed its national police chief as it faces increasing pressure from the international community to tackle the growing cannabis trade in the country. Albania has become... read more →
A new anti-corruption party was launched in Bulgaria over the weekend ahead of early elections called following the resignation of Prime Minister Boyko Borisov. Named Yes Bulgaria, the party has... read more →
Albania's Central Election Commission (CEC) has removed two MPs and one mayor after they were found to have concealed past criminal convictions abroad. Seven members of the commission voted unanimously... read more →
Scores of migrants have been hospitalised in Croatia after being pulled from the back of a people smuggler’s van displaying British registration plates. In all, the vehicle contained 67 asylum... read more →
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