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Massive Attack delighted its Romanian audience by displaying anti-government slogans during a concert in Bucharest.
Veteran politician Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador wins after promising to tackle corruption and the drug cartels.
Residents were forced off properties and protestors bullied off properties ahead of World Cup
The disgraced brother-in-law of King Felipe VII has opted for a small prison outside the city of Avila to serve out his sentence, where he will be the only male inmate.
The government supporters are angry at the manner in which corruption is being investigated
Prosecuted ex-finance minister decides to pay part of his 1 million EUR bail in bullion.
Bill Browder, the prominent Putin critic briefly arrested in Spain this week, says he will continue his mission to hold corrupt politicians accountable – no matter the risks.
At just 30 years' old, Florin Badita has founded a movement that has single-handedly exposed endemic corruption in Romanian political life. Euronews' Sophie Claudet interviewed him to find out more.
Maria Efimova was Daphne Caruana Galizia's source. The murdered reporter used the Panama Papers to expose alleged links to offshore tax havens of Malta’s leadership, including the island’s Prime Minister
Andrew and Matthew Caruana Galizia, say the story behind their mother’s assassination is that of a small Mediterranean Island state that has been taken over by outside interests.
Spanish opposition parties threaten Mariano Rajoy with a no-confidence vote.
An insight into nine of the battlefields on which Victor Orban and the European Union are facing off.
Police said the raids were in connection with investigations into the 1MDB fund
A Chinese court has sentenced Sun Zhengcai, the former Communist Party boss of the southwestern city of Chongqing, to life in prison for corruption, state media said on Tuesday.
EU accession, counter-terrorism and the economy lay at the heart of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s manifesto launch ahead of Turkey’s general election on June 24.
Thousands gathered in the Slovakian capital Bratislava on Friday for anti-government protests following the murders of an investigative reporter and his fiancee.
An investigation into alleged corruption in the Council of Europe has revealed there is “strong suspicion” that current and former members have “engaged in activity of a corruptive nature” amid efforts by Azerbaijan to whitewash its human rights record.
Slovakia’s national police chief has resigned amid public pressure following the assassination of a journalist in February who was investigating alleged government corruption.
The family of a murdered Malta journalist fear they will never find out who ordered her killing, it has emerged.
Today is six months since Malta investigative reporter Daphne Caruana Galizia was killed by a car bomb just metres from her home. A group of investigative journalists from across Europe have used the anniversary to announce they intend to continue her work.
The killing of Jan Kuciak and his fiance sparked a political crisis that brought down the prime minister
Europe’s corruption watchdog is urging Romania to abandon moves that critics say will bring its judges under political control.
Brazil's former president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva misses a judge's deadline to hand himself in to begin 12-year jail term.
It relates to a $2.5 billion arms deal. In a procedural appearance that lasted less than 15 minutes, state prosecutors and Zuma's lawyers asked the Durban High Court to adjourn the case until June 8 so both sides could prepare submissions.
Lula da Silva could go to prison within days on a corruption conviction. Incarceration would prevent him standing in October's presidential election.
Demonstrations have been held in Bratislava and several other cities, as people in Slovakia call for an end to corruption, new elections, and an independent inquiry into the death of journalist Jan Kuciak.