All eyes are on Sochi as the Black Sea resort gears up for the forthcoming Olympics, but Russia’s first winter Games remain mired in controversy
A member of the Spanish royal family has been charged with tax evasion and money laundering, it has emerged.
Infanta Cristina, daughter of King
Around 350 Turkish police officers were removed from their posts in Ankara overnight, in the biggest single reported police shakeup since a
For the outside world the recent events in Turkey are hard to understand, so euronews talked to Professor Talip Kucukcan from Marmara University. How
A police operation in Istanbul at dawn on Tuesday has triggered a new political war in Turkey. At least 52 people including sons of ministers, the
Spain has slumped 10 places to a rank of 40 in a global index of perceived official corruption after a spate of scandals in its ruling centre-right
Formula One boss Bernie Ecclestone was accused of making a “corrupt bargain” that cost a German media firm millions in a London court on Tuesday, one
Former Greek minister and senior socialist politician Akis Tsohatzopoulos has been convicted of money laundering in relation to a controversial arms
Mariano Rajoy, the prime minister of Spain and president of the ruling Partido Popular, has been facing questions over the past six months regarding
Bulgaria’s prime minister pledged on Friday to stay in power despite daily street protests demanding his resignation, but said his government’s lack
The governing party in Spain, the centre-right Partido Popular, (PP), has been roasting over a media fire for going on six months now. Almost every
More than one in two people (53%) worldwide feel that corruption has increased in the past two years, according to a report by the NGO Transparency
Slovenia, once the economic poster child of the new EU countries, now finds itself in economic and political chaos.
The government says Slovenia
Complete interview with one of the Slovenian citizen’s rights movement leaders, Sanjin Jasar from Maribor.
One in five Bulgarians live in poverty earning less than the equivalent of 120 euros per month. One in three young Bulgarians can not find work while
Euronews reporter Hans von der Brelie interviewed social anthropologist Haralan Aleksandrov, professor at the New Bulgarian University (Sofia)
It was a year ago that Spanish King Juan Carlos apologised after it emerged he had been on a hunting trip in Africa while his country was in the
Lawyers for Spain’s Princess Cristina are preparing to appeal against her having to give evidence after she was charged with being an accomplice in
Singapore sleaze or the match-fixing allegations outlined by Europol’s 18-month investigation into a rampant betting scam has opened a book on the
In this News Plus, we take a look at Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy’s precarious position – the man who reached the pinnacle of his career on
The head of an anti-corruption watchdog says endangered eurozone countries “will lose out double” due to a lack of public scrutiny while selling off
Corruption is thought to cost the EU 120 billion euros a year in lost revenue and it has helped fuel the economic crisis that has spiralled some
Fatima Hamroush, Libya’s interim Health Minister spoke to euronews reporter Ali Sheikholeslami.
euronews: “Minister, you criticised the amount of
Interview with Livia Saplacan, spokesperson of the National Anticorruption Directorate DNA, Bucharest, Romania.
Days before the impeachment referendum against Traian Basescu, the power-struggle between the centre-left government of Prime Minister Viktor Ponta
With insecurity and economic hardship, Iraqis are still paying the price of years of oppression and war. And women carry a heavy burden. Hanaa Edwar