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Why it should be the businesses in the regulated sector rather than the state that should have to fund the fight against financial crime? These businesses are the gatekeepers to a financial and economic system that is open to abuse by money launderers and terrorist financiers.
Euronews explores the hidden corruption, intimidation and violence at the heart of Romania's illegal logging industry,
All you need to know to understand Slovakia's pivotal parliamentary poll on Saturday.
When Slovaks head to the polls this Saturday they face multiple issues - but as well as usual campaign issues of the economy and migration, the rule of law and corruption hang over the choice at the ballot box.
Deferred Prosecution Agreements (DPAs) – a means by which corporates can seek to avoid prosecution by cooperating with authorities to expose and remedy criminal wrongdoing – are proving to be increasingly valuable.
Two years after the journalist's assassination, the Prime minister has changed, the alleged crime sponsor is in jail and people who are calling for the truth hope this will open up a new era for Malta.
Five EU countries do not reach the 50 per cent threshold in the 2019 Corruption Perceptions Index. The report released by the NGO Transparency International analysed 180 countries, and when it comes to the EU, the misuse of its funds is still a big issue.
Protesters blame corruption and mismanagement.
Angola seeks to attract foreign investment in Davos. The nation is in no short of wealth, but unemployment and poverty have fertile ground.
Has Croatia's biggest trial of the decade handed Russia the keys to Europe? As the country takes over the Presidency of the European Union, fears that this is the case are rising.
If the EU fails to scale up its engagement with the Middle East soon, countries like China will fill the vacuum. This increases the imperative for the EU to ensure that it engages with the Arab world in a way that strengthens it economically.
Centre-right MEPs have torn into Muscat over rule of law in Malta and his administration's alleged links to the murder of journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia.
The 76-year-old ruled as President of Pakistan between 2001 and 2008 having originally seizing power in a military coup in 1999.
Former Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir faces a two-year sentence in a reform facility after his conviction for corruption on Saturday. His lawyer said the ex-ruler would appeal.
Laura Kövesi, who was appointed as the EU’s first chief public prosecutor, has a long track record of fighting corruption in her native Romania. Yet, is a solid résumé enough to tackle the immense challenge before this new EU institution?
The rule of law, as opposed to what the minister Judit Varga writes, is not one of the current “buzzwords” but a constitutional foundation for our civilization, the operation of the state and our daily life.
After a meeting with the Prime Minister, Sophie In ‘t Veld, who is leading the European parliament’s emergency fact-finding mission to Malta, says she doubts the government’s credibility.
The queen of the Adriatic is drowning. Climate change has been cited but what about corruption?
Hungary's foreign minister Péter Szijjártó told Euronews that there was no systematic corruption in his country. The EU's anti-fraud office begs to differ.
Lula had been favored to win the 2018 presidential election, but his conviction in a corruption investigation prohibited him from running.
Seeking profit and maybe legitimacy, President Donald Trump’s business announced at the end of October that it’s considering selling the lease to its imposing Washington hotel. This should not be taken as a sign of ethical self-awareness.
The European Commission had to defend itself and its CAP policies from criticism after the New York Times gave details about how oligarchs in Central Europe use EU funds for their circles.
Demonstrators across Lebanon formed a human chain across the country as part of ongoing anti-government protests.
Bangladesh MP was expelled from university after a private broadcaster reportedly uncovered she had hired lookalikes to take her exams.
The Hungarian Prime minister Viktor Orbán was interrupted in parliament on Monday by an opposition MP denouncing Orban's "lies" and Hungary's "corruption".
"People elected a new government, a new leadership, and yet it seems that the system of Iraq's government, the new system post-2003, post-Saddam Hussein, is failing," expert Bilal Wahab told Euronews.