The Slovak police announced on Saturday that they had released, after 48 hours of detention, seven Italian nationals arrested after the murder of journalist Jan Kuciak, who was investigating alleged... read more →
The Greek Anti-Corruption Prosecutor's Office, which has been investigating the Swiss pharmaceutical company Novartis since 2016, suspects a ten Greek political leaders of accepting bribes to help the company market... read more →
Ukraine has made tangible progress in its commitment to combating money laundering, but needs to introduce tougher legislation on corruption, according to a report by Council of Europe. In the... read more →
Google-owned video-streaming platform YouTube yesterday temporarily blocked a video uploaded by Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny during which he called on voters to boycott the country’s upcoming election. The seven-minute... read more →
Former Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili today led a demonstration against members of Ukraine’s ruling elite and their failure to tackle systematic corruption and reform the country’s institutions. During the protest,... read more →
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