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Spanish prosecutors shelve fraud probes into former king Juan Carlos I
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Albania's ex-top prosecutor arrested in Italy on corruption charges
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Czech prosecutors ask parliament to lift immunity for PM Andrej Babiš
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German judiciary worker accused of leaking information to conspiracist
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Former Albania minister charged over deadly 2008 munitions explosion
Fatmir Mediu has been charged with abuse of power over the blast at a munitions disposal factory in 2008 that killed 26 people.
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.
EU chief prosecutor accuses Slovenia of justice interference
Slovenia was the sole EU member state that failed to name two prosecutors to join the European Public Prosecutor's Office.
Austrian prosecutors charge first suspect over Vienna terror attack
Austrian officials have charged a 25-year-old Chechen man with terrorist offenses, linked to the Vienna attack in November.
German political scientist arrested on suspicion of spying for China
A German man who ran a think tank has been arrested on suspicion of being an informant for Chinese intelligence for several years.
N Ireland: Charges dropped against British soldiers over 1972 killings
Prosecutors decided there was little chance of convictions in two cases where unarmed civilians were killed by the army during Northern Ireland's sectarian conflict.
Three arrested in Italy cable car crash as new details emerge
Police in northern Italy have made three arrests in the cable car crash that killed 14 people after investigators revealed the brake was deliberated deactivated to keep the funicular working.
New bid to put Albania's ex-defence minister on trial over 2008 blast
26 people were killed when a munitions disposal factory exploded near the capital Tirana in 2008.
Train driver's negligence caused deadly Egypt crash, prosecutors say
Prosecutors allege the driver and his assistant were not in the train's cabin when it collided with another passenger train in Egypt last month.
Eight people arrested in Egypt over deadly train crash
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Belarus protests: More than 400 convicted, hundreds more still in jail
Belarusian prosecutors say that at least 400 people have been convicted for participating in opposition demonstrations against President Lukashenko. But what about all the others that were arrested?
Sweden charges man for selling information to Russia
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Turkey probes Dutch MP Geert Wilders over 'insulting' Erdogan tweets
Turkish prosecutors have launched an investigation into remarks by Dutch far-right lawmaker Geert Wilders, who called President Recep Tayyip Erdogan a "terrorist".