For the first time, the European Commission is sounding the alarm when it comes to European countries that offer citizenship or the right of residence in return for significant financial... read more →
The May 2019 European elections could be targeted by "Fake News", cyber attacks, and other forms of voter manipulation targeted campaigns on the Internet, according to EU Security Commissioner Julian... read more →
The European Commission decided on Thursday to refer Hungary to the EU Court of Justice (ECJ) for "non-compliance" with EU legislation on asylum and the return of migrants. The Commission... read more →
The European Commission on Monday launched a new infringement procedure against Poland, aimed at "protecting the independence of the Polish Supreme Court" on the eve of the entry into force... read more →
Several thousand protesters took to the streets in Warsaw on Saturday to defend the independence of the judiciary, which the observers say is undermined by the reforms of the conservative... read more →
The European Commission announced its new strategy for the Western Balkans, plotting the path towards eventual EU membership for six southeastern European countries. Of those six countries, Serbia and Montenegro... read more →
Ireland's Central Bank has slapped Allied Irish Banks (AIB) with a €2.275 million fine for “significant failures” in money laundering and terrorist financing controls. Levying the financial penalty, the central... read more →
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