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Former Portuguese Prime Minister Jose Socrates will stand trial but many of the corruption charges against him have expired.
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Two former Spanish prime ministers to testify at slush fund trial
The trial centres on an alleged system of parallel accounting used to pay bonuses to People's Party leaders and collaborators.
Third conservative MP in Germany resigns amid corruption allegations
A third conservative politician from German Chancellor Angela Merkel's bloc has resigned over corruption allegations.
EU rejects claim that European funds financed Lukashenko's 'goldmine'
A new documentary film alleges that EU funds contributed to financing Lukashenko's regime and his lavish lifestyle. The bloc has rejected the accusations as "completely unfounded and baseless."
Hungarian mayors battle government over finances
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Romania's ex-minister sentenced for corruption and money-laundering
Elena Udrea, a former Romanian tourism minister, and Ioana Basescu, daughter of the former president, received prison sentences for money laundering.
Austria has failed in fight against corruption, says Council of Europe
The Council of Europe has deplored Austria's "overall insufficient" progress in the fight against corruption in judicial and political circles.
Malta police chief says all journalist murder suspects caught
Authorities say that all those connected to the murder of anti-corruption journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia have now been arrested.
Protesters wait for Netanyahu as he leaves court
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Protesters in Jerusalem continue calls for PM Netanyahu to resign
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New prime minister Robert Abela has been in power in Malta for a year since his predecessor resigned under public pressure. Critics think not much on the island has changed.
Ukraine's parliament votes to restore anti-corruption legislation
Ukrainian lawmakers have defied a ruling from the nation's highest court and voted to reauthorise criminal penalties for officials who provide false tax returns.
Cash-for-licences scam found in Romania, says anti-corruption agency
It is alleged the network issued driving licences and car registration documents in exchange for bribes.
Orbán responsible for corruption in Hungary, says former Belgian PM
Top MEP and former Belgian Prime Minister, Guy Verhofstadt, told Euronews that the Hungarian Prime Minister, Viktor Orbán, must take responsibility for Hungary's position at the top of the EU's anti-fraud agency's corruption list.
Trial of former French president Nicolas Sarkozy to start on Monday
The former French President Nicolas Sarkozy is due to appear in court on corruption charges that could see him go to jail for up to ten years if proven.
Romanian documentary about deadly club fire nominated for awards
A documentary about investigative reporting after a nightclub fire in Romania is described as one of the best films ever made about journalism