Four Ukrainian citizens have been charged with the attempted murder of Alexey Petrov, a former employee of the Bulgarian National Security Agency and controversial businessman.
As the internet becomes more central to our lives, the question grows more urgent: who owns it? OCCRP, in partnership with RISE Project and EurActiv.ro, set out to find out in the Internet Ownership Project.
Two men were shot in the legs in the Bulgarian capital Sofia on Monday when police say a security guard opened fire near a busy thoroughfare. The two victims were treated at a hospital and are expected to survive.
The European Commission has approved € 2.4 billion ($2.6 billion) funding to European Union (EU) member countries as they attempt to manage the impact of the increasing numbers of people migrating from North Africa and the Middle East.
British and American agencies have harvested encryption codes that allowed them to access the voice calls and messages of millions of mobile phone users around the world,The Intercept revealed Thursday.
Top police officials from Albania and Italy met this Monday, Jan. 19, to discuss stepping up coordination in the fight against organized crime.
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