Zsolt Hernádi, chairman-CEO of Hungarian oil and gas group MOL, could still face trial for bribery in Croatia according to Hungarian investigative site Atlatszo, an OCCRP partner.
A Moldovan police chief took a bribe of US$ 250,000 from an international drug trafficker, according a confidential document sent by Russian authorities to Moldova’s General Inspectorate of Police.
Prosecutors suspect Swedish telecoms firm TeliaSonera's former CEO Lars Nyberg of abetting bribery, Swedish Television’s investigative program Uppdrag Granskning (“Mission: Investigation”) reports.
The mayor of Tallinn, Estonia’s capital city, has been arrested on suspicion of accepting bribes.
The Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) has confirmed the authenticity of an internal report that included several controversial third-party allegations of corruption by members of Parliament including the prime minister.
The mayor of the Romanian capital Bucharest was arrested at his home on Saturday on suspicion of taking bribes from firms that won contracts with the city.
Romanian authorities have detained the country's former chief prosecutor for organized crime and the former head of the tax authority, both of whom are suspected of taking bribes from a businessman to sway a property restitution case in his favor.
A former Russian nuclear official has pleaded guilty in the United States to conspiracy to launder more than US$ 2 million in an elaborate bribery scheme in which contracts were awarded improperly.
The Supreme Court of Croatia in Zagreb has denied a plea to free the disgraced former prime minister, Ivo Sanader, from custody.
A prosecutor in Kosovo who allegedly accepted bribes has been taken into pre-trial detention.
Ihor ShvaikaUkraine’s former agriculture minister and a member of right-wing nationalist Svoboda Party Ihor Shvaika is suspected of taking a bribe worth250,000 Ukrainian hryvnia (US$ 11,835), Ukrainian authorities report.
Zagreb county court has scheduled the retrial of Croatia’s former Prime Minister, Ivo Sanader, for September 7 on charges of abuse of office, war profiteering and bribery.
The Nobel Prize should be given to Sepp Blatter, the embattled head of FIFA who recently announced his resignation in the wake of a major corruption scandal, according to Vladimir Putin.
Croatia's constitutional court has overturned the verdicts for which former Prime Minister Ivo Sanader was given an eight-and-a-half year prison sentence for abuse of office, war profiteering and bribery.
The head of the Appeals Court in Kosovo, Sali Mekaj, was placed under house arrest yesterday while he is investigated for misuse of authority.
Kyrgyz parliamentary deputy Khadzhimurat Korkmazov has allegedly been caught red-handed accepting a US$ 100,000 bribe, according to the Kyrgyz National Security Committee.
Russian authorities are investigating the head of the Crimean department of tax, Nikolai Kochanov, over allegations of bribery.
Serbian authorities this week arrested a judge on charges of accepting bribes.
Ambassador Donald LuCorruption within the Albanian justice system is entrenched at all levels, according to a milestone report presented on Monday by the Balkan country’s commission for justice sector reform.
A FIFA compliance officer involved in the reform of the embattled football organization has claimed that Qatar and Russia may lose their right to host the World Cup should evidence of corruption emerges.
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