Handcuffed and tied with rope, he arrived for questioning on Saturday after a night in a tiny cell, his bed a mattress on the floor.
The arrest of Samsung chief Jay Y. Lee - caught up in the corruption scandal swirling around the president - has sent shock waves through South Korea.
King of Spain's brother-in-law sentenced to six years and three months in jail for fraud. His wife, Princess Cristina, has been absolved of charges.
Samsung's de facto chief is arrested on suspicion of involvement in a corruption scandal which has led to the impeachment of South Korea's president.
Rumen Radev in conversation with Euronews about corruption, terrorism, migration and more.
Council of Europe is ready to provide its expertise on fight against corruption to Romania
Prosecutors have submitted a new request to arrest Samsung's chief Jay Y. Lee over an influence-peddling scandal involving South Korea's president.
Anti-government protests continue in freezing temperatures in Romania's capital Bucharest. Some pro-government demonstrators are also out.
At least seven people were killed as Iraqi security forces stopped demonstrators from entering the heavily-fortified Green Zone.
A huge protest against corruption in Iraq turned violent on Saturday.
A judge in Peru has issued an international arrest warrant for the country’s former President, Alejandro Toledo, in a growing corruption scandal sweeping Latin…
The way European football’s administrative body Uefa is governed could be about to change after a set of reforms were approved by the organisation’s executive committee this…
Romanian justice minister resigns over corruption decree and public outrage
Romania’s government has easily survived a parliamentary no-confidence vote, three days after mass protests forced it to ditch a controversial corruption decree.
The people were out on the streets because they felt it was a crucial moment for the country, lying at the crossroads: either corruption and oligarchs will take over the country or transparency, good governance, anticorruption and rule of law will prevail.
Romania has seen its biggest protests since the 1989 revolution after the new leftist government pushed through controversial anti-corruption reforms.
Though the numbers are reportedly dwindling, demonstrations in Romania continue as the government awaits a vote of no confidence
Analysts believe many voters are likely to decide that French politics needs to clean up its act and the financial scandals are a gift to Marine Le Pen's National Front.
By Norica Nicolai, Member of the European Parliament for Romania This year Romania is celebrating its 10th year anniversary of EU membership. In
Protesters in Bucharest, Romania, took a moment to express themselves through the medium of dance as anti-government demonstrations entered their sixth day on February…
Social Democrat lawmakers walked out of the Romanian parliament on February 7 as President Klaus Iohannis was addressing the room.
Denmark remains the least corrupt country in the world (tied with New Zealand) and Somalia (176) the most, and yet Romania (57), which has indicted eighteen ministers, plus two former prime ministers and a former president in the last five years alone, is still behind Namibia (53) and Malaysia (55)
By Raluca Besliu, Romanian journalist and social commentator Through massive daily street demonstrations, hundreds of thousands of Romanian
As Romanians call for the government to go and with a vote of no confidence on the cards, the prime minister says he may sack his justice minister.
There is confusion in Romania over the government’s plans on corruption: first the Justice Minister Florin Iordache spoke on Monday morning of presenting a new, alternative bill after the withdrawal o