The head of the United Nations Mission in Kosovo harshly criticized the Kosovo police during Monday’s UN Security Council meeting for the arrest of two UN staffers accused of hooliganism.
Meduza has allowed media free distribution of Ivan Golunov’s investigations that were previously copyrighted in order to spread the work of the journalist, whom authorities have put under house arrest after accusing him of drug dealing.
The reputations of the police chief in charge of the investigation and the doctor who assessed the condition of Ivan Golunov, the journalist who was arrested last week and charged with intent to sell drugs, have come under fire for their opaque histories.
A Delhi doctor was arrested Saturday for his involvement in an international kidney racket plot, according to Indian media.
Amid burning tires and police tear gas, anti-corruption protests in Haiti turned violent on Sunday, leaving two people dead and five injured, according to France 24.
Malta remains poised at the head of the European Union pack in terms of projected annual rates of economic growth, but this has also opened the country up to the increased proliferation of financial crime that it is currently not able to manage, according to the European Commission and Malta itself.
Iron-fisted rulers are undermining state institutions and freedom of expression in the Western Balkans claims a report published on Wednesday by human rights watchdog Freedom House.
Russian police arrested investigative journalist Ivan Golunov on Thursday, accusing him of possessing club drugs, which Golunov claims were planted on him. He also claims the officers beat him during his arrest and detainment.