EU funds are being used in Hungary to fund fake projects. Corruption is rampant. Now, a group of Hungarians wants the EU to prosecute.
The European Parliament has backed new rules to protect whistleblowers from reprisals. European Union lawmakers say they want to look out for those people who bring scandals to light.
Romania's supreme court has lifted sanctions against corruption fighter Laura Kovesi. That's a defeat with consequences for notorious crooks in Bucharest — and a shred of hope across the EU, writes Robert Schwartz.
Could a nation of 450,000 pose a threat to global efforts to track money laundering and enforce economic sanctions? Probes by local magistrates, US prosecutors and EU politicians are all asking the same question.
Hours after taking down controversial anti-EU posters, the Hungarian government became the target of mockery for pro-family ads. Meanwhile, some of the anti-EU ads were still appearing in print and on TV.
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