Austria: Nazi songbook lands far-right FPÖ candidate in hot water | News | DW

A report about a Nazi-praising fraternity songbook prompted swift condemnation across Austria’s political spectrum on Tuesday and put populist Freedom Party of Austria (FPÖ) candidate and fraternity member Udo Landbauer on the defense. According to a report from Austrian weekly … Continue reading Austria: Nazi songbook lands far-right FPÖ candidate in hot water | News | DW

Czech Republic′s Andrej Babis gets new shot at forming government | News | DW

The minority government formed by Andrej Babis ANO party officially stepped down on Wednesday, less than six weeks after the swearing-in ceremony. Last week, the cabinet failed a confidence vote in the parliament. Immediately after the government stepped down on Wednesday, … Continue reading Czech Republic′s Andrej Babis gets new shot at forming government | News | DW

EU warns Romania against planned judicial reforms | News | DW

The European Union’s executive body on Wednesday warned the Romanian government that its controversial judicial reform package would see the country “backtracking” from previous commitments to fight against corruption and organized crime. In a joint statement, European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker … Continue reading EU warns Romania against planned judicial reforms | News | DW

South African graft inquiry stalled as it awaits terms from Zuma -justice | Top News

JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) – South Africa’s judiciary is unable to start an inquiry into alleged corruption because President Jacob Zuma is yet to provide terms of reference, the enquiry’s head said on Tuesday. The two-week delay is fresh evidence that Zuma … Continue reading South African graft inquiry stalled as it awaits terms from Zuma -justice | Top News