Earlier this week, Albania’s Special Appeals Court Against Corruption and Organised Crime upheld a verdict sentencing the former General Prosecutor Adriatik Llalla to two years in prison for illegally concealing... read more →
The Montenegrin parliament voted in favour of an initiative demanding that the Constitutional Court rule on whether President Milo Djukanovic was in violation of his constitutional responsibilities when he backed... read more →
Some 2,000 people marched on the Serbian capital of Belgrade this weekend to protest Rio Tinto’s plans to expand lithium mining operations in the country, temporarily blocking a major bridge... read more →
The head of Serbia’s Party of Freedom and Justice, former Belgrade mayor Dragan Djilas, has slammed EU parliamentarians’ draft electoral reforms after they were leaked to the media yesterday. “The... read more →
Tougher penalties await dognappers in the United Kingdom this year after the government introduced a new criminal offence of pet abduction. Amid a surge in animal thefts during the COVID-19... read more →
Pollution from coal-fired power plants throughout the Balkans region are estimated to have caused thousands of deaths due to breaches of legal limits on harmful emissions. More than half of... read more →
A man believed to have contaminated meat products at three supermarkets in London had been arrested. According to CNN quoting a statement from authorities, police received a call at around... read more →
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