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Europe's week: Brexit again, new Austrian chancellor, energy crisis
European Commission Vice President Maroš Šefčovič on Wednesday announced that Brussels would be making concessions in its approach to the Northern Ireland Protocol.
Judicial independence is a concern in some EU countries, says Brussels
The European Commission again highlighted Poland and Hungary as being of particular concern.
Long-awaited murder probe reveals 'institutional' police corruption
The real Line of Duty? This case has drawn parallels with BBC's hit crime series, which follows a special unit investigating police corruption.
MEPs want Brussels to act over Czech PM's alleged conflict of interest
MEPs have voted overwhelmingly to issue proceedings against the Czech Republic's prime minister for breaches of EU law concerning an alleged conflict of interest.
Brussels launches new public prosecutor to target misuse of EU cash
Five EU states have not joined the prosecutor, including Hungary and Poland.
Austrian chancellor under investigation by anti-corruption authorities
Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz says he is under investigation by anti-corruption authorities on suspicion he made false statements to a parliamentary commission.
The billion-dollar motorway leading Montenegro to nowhere
Montenegro is building one of the most expensive highways in the world. It is financed by a loan from China. Its tourism-based economy is being crushed by the pandemic making the already difficult loan impossible to pay back and the motorway still isn't finished.
Europe must do more to stop pandemic-related corruption, says report
The Council of Europe says countries must apply "transparency, oversight and accountability" to the large cash injections being received due to the pandemic, including from the EU's own recovery fund.
Montenegro urges EU not to tie its hands in anti-corruption fight
Dritan Abazovic says that the EU-backed court is holding up investigations into Montenegro's president, Milo Djukanovic, and his allies.
Hungarian mayors battle government over finances
Opposition mayors in Eastern Europe are raising their voices against corruption and populism. We take a look at Hungary where they're accusing the central government of deliberate financial cuts to opposition-led municipalities.
Has Malta changed since PM Joseph Muscat resigned a year ago?
New prime minister Robert Abela has been in power in Malta for a year since his predecessor resigned under public pressure. Critics think not much on the island has changed.
Ukraine's parliament votes to restore anti-corruption legislation
Ukrainian lawmakers have defied a ruling from the nation's highest court and voted to reauthorise criminal penalties for officials who provide false tax returns.
Orbán responsible for corruption in Hungary, says former Belgian PM
Top MEP and former Belgian Prime Minister, Guy Verhofstadt, told Euronews that the Hungarian Prime Minister, Viktor Orbán, must take responsibility for Hungary's position at the top of the EU's anti-fraud agency's corruption list.
Moldova: Sandu is president, but the battle for power has only begun
As president, Maia Sandu has few powers which remain at the hand of the country's pro-Russian Socialist party.
Spanish court takes over new investigation of ex-king Juan Carlos I
Anti-corruption prosecutors are allegedly probing the alleged use by the former king, ex-Queen Sofia and some family members of credit cards linked to foreign accounts not in their names.
EU begin legal action against Malta & Cyprus over 'golden passports'
The schemes saw the EU countries grant nationality — and thereby freedom to move around the 27-member bloc — in exchange for money or investment.
Malta: Ex-PM Joseph Muscat's top aide out on bail in corruption probe
Keith Schembri was arrested as part of a money laundering probe linked to the sale of Maltese passports to rich people from non-EU countries.
Voices from the anti-government protests in Bulgaria
As the unrest in Bulgaria closes in on nearly two months, we talk to some of the protesters on the ground who have been involved in the struggle.
Corruption in Ukraine: Is time running out to reform the country?
Former government ministers and officials have voiced their concerns about the future direction of Ukraine. With anti-corruption reforms hanging in the balance, is the window for change closing?
Bulgaria protests continue despite sacking of three ministers
The news that the three ministers had been fired was applauded by protesters, but thousands took to the streets of Sofia on Thursday to continue calling for the PM's resignation.
Bulgaria protests should make Europe fear 'another Poland or Hungary'
At the European Parliament, some MEPs fear a democratic drift in Bulgaria, as seen in Hungary and Poland. Budapest and Warsaw have seen EU sanctions procedures triggered against them for breaches of the rule of law. But for others, the comparison is amiss.
Bulgaria: PM Borissov and government urged to resign by president
Large protests were staged in Sofia after police raided the office of president Rumen Radev and arrested two of his aides.
Analysis: New EU tools to prevent backsliding on the rule of law
So far, the EU's response to assaults on the rule of law was based on infringement procedures, European Court of Justice rulings, and - in the case of Hungary and Poland - the so-called Article 7 process. But now, the EU is introducing new tools.
Do more to prevent corruption among European MPs, says new report
The Council of Europe's anti-corruption body GRECO says that countries need to do more to protect against graft among politicians.
Romania's virgin forests ravaged by 'wood mafia'
Euronews explores the hidden corruption, intimidation and violence at the heart of Romania's illegal logging industry,