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North Korea is the most corrupt country and Denmark is the least corrupt, according to the latest annual report by Transparency International, giving
Italian police have searched the house of Rome’s ex-mayor and arrested 37 people in a major anti-Mafia operation. Gianni Alemanno was a minister for
Relatives of protesters who died in the 2011 uprising in Egypt have reacted with fury over a court’s decision on Saturday to drop charges against the
Moldova goes to the polls on Sunday in an election being seen as a choice between continuing its path of closer integration with Europe or back
An Egyptian court has cleared the former president Hosni Mubarak of conspiring to kill protestors in an uprising against his regime in 2011
“Most politicians are decent people.”
So says Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy, trying to reassure Spain’s parliament and public on Thursday – the day
Spanish Health Minister Ana Mato has resigned after a judge said she had “personally profited” from crimes allegedly committed by her ex-husband
A judge in Portugal has remanded in custody the former Socialist Prime Minister Jose Socrates in connection with a corruption investigation.
José Socrates has become the first former prime minister of Portugal to appear before a judge. A photo of him in a police car on his way to face
Former Portuguese Prime Minister Jose Socrates has spent a third night in police custody.
He is one of four people being held over an investigation
Portugal’s former prime minister Jose Socrates has spent a second night in custody.
He is being held over an investigation into suspected tax
To shed some light on the arrest of Portugal’s former prime minister Jose Socrates, euronews spoke to João Batalha from Transparency International in
The former prime minister of Portugal, José Socrates, has been questioned by a judge over an investigation into tax fraud, money laundering and
Portugal’s former socialist prime minister José Socrates has been arrested over an investigation into tax fraud, money laundering and
Anti-corruption officials have detained a chief Romanian prosecutor for questioning.
Alina Bica heads a government department investigating
US Vice President Joe Biden and Ukraine President Petro Poroshenko discussed a range of subjects in bilateral talks in Kyiv. They took place to the
Thousands of demonstrators in Mexico City demanded authorities find 43 missing trainee teachers feared dead after clashing with police.
As a member of NATO and the EU, Hungary has been walking a political tightrope during the Ukraine crisis as it tried to position itself on both sides
The blunt words of Mexico’s attorney general Murillo Karam, which sparked outrage nationwide, have become the rallying cry of throngs of Mexicans in
Since the end of the Franco era and the dawn of modern Spain, two political parties, the centre-right People’s Party (PP) and the Socialist Party
Global corruption watchdog Transparency International (TI) has joined calls urging FIFA to publish a probe into alleged bribery.
China has begun an investigation into former domestic security chief Zhou Yongkang, one of the most powerful politicians of the last decade, on
In Bosnia – Europe’s most landmine-affected country -delays, corruption and severe weather have made the goal of clearing these deadly devices by
Japan, it’s been claimed, is a country where stoicism and lack of emotion often reigns supreme.
Which perhaps helps to explain the popularity of
As national teams battle it out at the World Cup, officials are cracking down on the financial dark side of the game, primarily match-fixing. Also