7th June 2018
The European Parliament set up on Tuesday a group of lawmakers who will monitor investigations into the murders of journalists in Malta and Slovakia. The decision follows “concerns” expressed by lawmakers and the EU police agency, Europol, on the national investigations of the killings of Daphne Caruana Galizia in Malta… Read More
21st December 2017
By Emma Jones, BBC Rows between artists, managers and their record labels often become the stuff of music legend, but does blockchain technology mean that musicians could soon just deal directly with their fans – and keep far more profit for themselves? Gramatik – real name Denis Jasarevic – is… Read More
31st August 2016
The Slovenian candidate to succeed Michel Platini as the president of the UEFA, Aleksander Ceferin, said he plans to clamp down on corruption, doping and match-fixing if he is elected. UEFA will hold an election on Sept. 14 to choose a replacement for Platini, who was one of the sport’s… Read More
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Germany: Santander bank caught up in major tax evasion investigation

Prosecutors in Germany have launched a probe into the role Spanish bank Santander may have played in a widespread tax fraud scheme. The probe, which has seen the authorities examine the role of other banks, looks at allegations that Santander executed trades that facilitated ‘severe tax evasion’ between 2007 and… Read More

Denmark investigates Nordea Bank over money laundering allegation

Denmark’s state prosecutor has launched a probe into a complaint that Nordea Bank facilitated money laundering. The Danish State Prosecutor for Serious Economic and International Crime declined to name the firm that made the allegations, but said in a tweet: “We can confirm that we have received a report… Read More