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The government still hasn’t followed through on the Prime Minister’s order to carry out mandatory exhaust checks.
ACP Axos Capital’s buyout of the Kosovo telecoms company is financed through a Caribbean tax haven but the purchasers deny claims that they’ve got something to hide.
The profitable public company has proven a generous donor to causes dear to the ruling URS, which controls the airport.
Corruption probe into Telekom Slovenije revives accusations that bribery helped secure the mobile phone license of Kosovo’s second-largest provider.
A former opposition MP who headed Albania’s largest public corporation failed to disclose an offshore entity as required by law, Balkan Insight can reveal.
Film director says there is no going back on his decision to quit running the Mokra Gora nature park - as the row over procurements for the park rumbles on.
Before his controversial appointment as defence minister, Talat Xhaferi received a suspended jail sentence for obstructing a policeman in his duties, Balkan Insight can reveal.
A fatal accident at Bosnia’s Breza coal mine last year might not have happened if the management did not ignore safety legislation, a BIRN investigation has revealed.
Albanians love their local meat, believing it especially pure - little do they know that it often contains a dangerous hormone that EU countries have banned for good reason.
Kosovo Mayor and an MP defend getting invalidity benefits on top of their considerable salaries, in spite of having no visible injuries.
Journalists at Alfa TV fear layoffs and two current affairs shows have been axed since the station - previously critical of the government - was sold in circumstances, and under terms, that remain unclear.
Two state institutions led by Vuk Jeremic engaged in dubious practices when buying plane tickets from the same travel agency.
While the government says the 20 million euro it spent in five years on various info-awareness campaigns has educated people, critics are deeply sceptical of their value.
Followers of stricter forms of Islam are demanding more rights in Kosovo, provoking a backlash among secularists.
Governing parties in Macedonia stand accused of reserving desirable public sector jobs for their supporters, driving frustrated youth abroad.