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The state of global corruption

A new Transparency International Corruption Perceptions Index has revealed less than enthused attitudes toward the state of global corruption. The conclusion of the latest Corruption...

Brussels criticised for ‘half-hearted’ crackdown on golden visas

The controversial schemes that allow wealthy families from China, Russia and other non-European states to purchase the right to live in the European Union...

Czech government criticised for not checking corruption

Czech Prime Minister Andrej Babiš’ government pledged last year to combat corruption and protect whistleblowers. But critics are now accusing the government of dragging...

Czech Republic: MEPs call for immediate steps to protect EU money

The EU Commission should suspend all EU funding to the business empire linked to the Czech PM and recover funds paid out irregularly, MEPs...

International anti-corruption conference opens in Copenhagen

The 18th International Anti-Corruption Conference in Copenhagen, Denmark, has opened with a renewed commitment to anti-corruption action from national governments, international organisations and multinational...

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US and Europe in $50 billion Ukraine loan deal using Russian assets

In a show of solidarity with Ukraine, G7 leaders cleared...

Fundamental freedoms are deteriorating in Hong Kong, according to an EU report

The situation of fundamental freedoms in Hong Kong is...

Another EU Court decision against Hungary’s Orbán anti-asylum policy

The Prime Minister of Hungary, Viktor Orbán, continuously breaks...

EU plans higher tariffs for Chinese EVs

The European Union decided to add new tariffs to...

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