Following a pledge made last month, Twitter has started displaying fact-checking labels on tweets linking 5G mobile technology to the ongoing coronavirus outbreak. Clicking these labels leads users to a... read more →
European countries are freeing up their jail spaces by releasing low-risk prisoners early in a bid to keep the coronavirus outbreak at bay. Euronews reported on Thursday that releasing inmates... read more →
In the second of three reports on tax evasion in Europe, EU-OCS looks at freeports, which are increasingly coming under scrutiny by European policymakers as potential "black holes" for tax... read more →
EU negotiators have approved a directive protecting whistleblowers who report issues such as fraud and tax evasion by authorities or corporations. The agreement, between the three governing structures of the... read more →
A leading Serb politician from Kosovo, Oliver Ivanović, was shot dead on Tuesday morning, just one month before the 10th anniversary of Kosovo’s declaration of independence from Serbia. Local media... read more →
The EU is to further strengthen money laundering rules and counter-terrorism financing legislation. New revisions to the Fourth Anti-Money Laundering Directive agreed by the European Parliament and the European Council... read more →
The EU’s task force in the Mediterranean is failing to fulfil its primary role of tackling people smugglers, French MPs have warned. A French parliamentary report says that while Operation... read more →
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