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BRUSSELS - Wobbed audits show that the internal control at the Belgian Ministry of Finance are below par.
Danish politicians are on the verge to create an access free zone for themselves. Proposal for a new law on freedom of information draws criticism.
Swedish security service throw a secret James Bond-party for their employees. The costs: 625 000 Euro (5,3 million Swedish kronor). How come we know?
Companies owned by the state for 50 percent or more fall under the same transparency regulations as public bodies, a court ruling by the Berlin Administrative Court says.
Journalists Matej Šurc and Blaž Zgaga investigated the illegal trade of arms in Slovenia during the early 1990s and chronicled their findings in the trilogy