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Bulgarian leader vetoes "insufficient" anti-corruption law

Jan 2, 2018

Bulgaria's president has vetoed an anti-corruption law approved by Parliament, saying it was not strong enough to effectively combat corruption

Media group: 81 reporters died, threats soared in 2017

Dec 30, 2017

The world's biggest journalists' organization says that at least 81 reporters were killed on the job this year and that violence and harassment against media staff have skyrocketed

Belgian authorities hit gang moving cash for parallel bank

Dec 22, 2017

Belgian prosecutors say they've broken up a money laundering ring trying to transfer cash from Africa to Belgium to set up a parallel banking system

Belarus aspires to become leader in digital currencies

Dec 22, 2017

The president of Belarus has offered tax benefits and other incentives to information technology firms to turn the ex-Soviet nation into a digital leader

Catalan ex-president, in Brussels, says Europe must take note that Spanish prime minister's solution doesn't work

Dec 21, 2017

Catalan ex-president, in Brussels, says Europe must take note that Spanish prime minister's solution doesn't work

Catalan ex-leader says in Brussels: 'Spanish state has been defeated,' prime minister has received 'slap in the face'

Dec 21, 2017

Catalan ex-leader says in Brussels: 'Spanish state has been defeated,' prime minister has received 'slap in the face'

EU orders Italy to recover millions from steelmaker ILVA

Dec 21, 2017

The EU's competition watchdog is ordering Italy to recover 84 million euros ($99 million) from steelmaker ILVA which it considers to be illegal state aid

Shell, Eni face corruption charges in corporate bribery case

Dec 20, 2017

The Shell and Eni oil companies along with current and former executives were indicted in Milan on Wednesday for allegedly paying bribes in a $1.1 billion deal for one of Africa's richest oil blocks in Nigeria

Court: Sorbet can be called 'Champagne' if it tastes like it

Dec 20, 2017

The European Union's top court has ruled that if a sorbet really tastes like Champagne, it can be called that

ContourGlobal to build $1.18 billion power plant in Kosovo

Dec 20, 2017

Kosovo's government has signed a 1 billion-euro ($1.18 billion) deal with the New York-based power generator ContourGlobal PLC to build a 500 megawatt coal-fired power plant

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