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Former Israeli PM Netanyahu negotiating a plea deal, source claims
Netanyahu -- who denies wrongdoing -- is on trial for fraud, breach of trust, and accepting bribes in three separate cases.
Bulgaria moves to end practice of 'golden passports'
Bulgaria's new government passed a bill aimed at getting rid of "golden passports".
Protesters clash with police outside Albania's opposition headquarters
Hundreds of protesters stormed the headquarters of Albania's main opposition party amid an internal battle over the party's leadership.
Austrian ex-chancellor Sebastian Kurz 'to work for US Thiel Capital'
Kurz resigned as Austria's chancellor in early October amid corruption allegations and stepped away from politics earlier this month to focus on his family.
Albania's ex-top prosecutor arrested in Italy on corruption charges
Adriatik Llalla was found guilty of hiding money involved in illegally owned properties.
Murdered journalist's son urges EU not to fund Malta pipeline
Matthew Caruana Galizia said it was "intolerable" and "unacceptable" that EU funds could support the pipeline.
Hungarian deputy Fidesz minister accused of accepting bribes
Hungary’s chief prosecutor has submitted a motion calling for Pal Volner's parliamentary immunity to be revoked.
Bulgaria's Rumen Radev wins presidential re-election: Exit polls
Bulgarians were voting today for the fourth time in seven months.
Austrian MPs vote to lift Kurz's immunity in corruption trial
MPs voted to lift ex-chancellor Sebastian Kurz's parliamentary immunity.
Vatican corruption trial related to London building resumes
The trial is the culmination of a two-year investigation and revolves mostly around the purchase by the Vatican of a €350m property in Chelsea with church money.
Boris Johnson grilled by MPs over 'sleaze' scandal
The UK's prime minister has vowed to tighten ethics rules for politicians after scandals over lobbying and second jobs outside parliament, that have damaged UK politics.
Former Croatian minister arrested on suspicion of EU fraud
The alleged offences were committed within the Croatian Ministry for Regional Development and EU funds.
Czech prosecutors ask parliament to lift immunity for PM Andrej Babiš
The populist billionaire is facing allegations of fraud involving nearly €2 million of European Union subsidies.
'Coward!': Johnson absent as UK MPs debate corruption after MP scandal
Opposition leader Sir Keir Starmer accused the British PM of 'running scared' following last week's failed attempt by the government to overhaul the policing system for parliamentary ethics.
MEPs want further investigations into misuse of EU funds in Slovakia
The murder of investigative journalist Jan Kuciak three years ago helped shine a spotlight on shady agricultural fund dealings in Slovakia.
Italy's Berlusconi acquitted in corruption trial
Lawyers for Silvio Berlusconi, the former Italian premier, say he has been acquitted by a court in Siena of corruption on Thursday.
Former aides of Sarkozy on trial for misusing public money
Sarkozy is not targeted in this case but has already been convicted of campaign finance violations and corruption verdicts. He's now appealing.
It’s time to make a commitment to protect the media | View
Four years after Daphne Caruana Galizia's murder, journalists in Europe are still under threat, writes Article 19's Europe division chief Sarah Clarke.
Cyprus to revoke 45 'golden passports' after corruption probes
Procedures have begun to revoke the citizenships after an investment-for-passports scheme was cancelled in the wake of corruption revelations.
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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.
Alexander Schallenberg replaces Kurz as Austria's new chancellor
Sebastian Kurz resigned on Saturday amid a corruption scandal. He has denied any wrongdoing.
Austrian leader Kurz battles to stay on amid bribery allegations
Sebastian Kurz received the backing of his conservative party but the Greens, a junior partner in the coalition, have questioned his ability to stay on the job.
Austria leader allegedly used public cash for positive media coverage
Prosecutors confirmed earlier they are investigating Austria's Chancellor Sebastian Kurz and nine others in a bribery probe.
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Moldova's new prime minister discusses the country's "renewed energy"
"We have massive support from the people and this is what inspires us to move forward." - Natalia Gavrilița, Prime Minister of Moldova.
Armenia's former defence minister arrested on corruption charges
Armenia's former minister of defence has been detained on suspicion of abuse of power, fraud and embezzlement.
Ukraine passes law to limit oligarchs' influence on politics
The law will prevent wealthy businessmen in Ukraine from funding political parties or taking part in the privatisation of state assets.