Visiting Malta, parting EU Justice Commissioner Jourova vowed to work towards strengthening protection for journalists in the European Union.
The former head of Denmark's Danske Bank Estonian branch linked to a $230 million money laundering scandal that has ensnared Dutch bank ABN Amro and Germany's Deutsche Bank was found dead in an apparent suicide.
EU Justice Commissioner Jourova named Laura Codruta Kovesi as the Union's first anti-graft prosecutor.
The family of murdered investigative journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia said they have no faith in an allegedly independent probe into her killing on Malta, with a panel set up by the government that includes a lawyer who represented clients...
A former deputy justice minister for Greece's ousted Radical Left SYRIZA denies concocting a fake bribery scandal around the Swiss drug company Novartis to implicate political rivals.
Belgian Foreign Minister Didier Reynders, designated EU Justice Commissioner, is being probed over a corruption case.
Politicians – and their families, and close associates - should be scrutinized carefully to detect potential money laundering, according to Ireland's Central Bank Director General for Financial Conduct Derville Rowland.
Reporters in Croatia are facing growing intimidation, with authorities staying silent.
Canberra home of intelligence agent Cameron Gill was searched in what one media executive said was another attempt to intimidate reporter's sources and whistleblowers.
Greece’s anti-corruption prosecutor Eleni Touloupaki is bringing charges against 38 people linked to Piraeus Bank.
EU Justice Commissioner, Vera Jourova, announced a blacklist of countries believed to be aiding money laundering to be revived.
Bulgaria's anti-corruption chief resigns over the possession of a luxury apartment.