The Carousel: How a Moscow Bank Made Big Loans to its Serbian Owners

According to BIRN's findings, Vojin Lazarevic, Toplica Spasojevic and Obrad Sikimic used a system of double booking to avoid Russian Central Bank scrutiny of the fact that the bulk of the bank's loans - paid for out of deposits of the Serbian National Bank, NBS - were going to their own companies.

Anonimul International Independent Film Festival to be held August 9-15 in Sfantu Gheorghe

The Anonimul International Independent Film Festival's 18th edition will take place between August 9 and 15, in Sfantu Gheorghe, in the Danube Delta. According to a press release of the Anonimul Foundation sent to AGERPRES on Tuesday, the call for entries for the short film competition is open until May 14.

Veteran Reporter Accuses Croatian Broadcaster of Revenge Sacking

The Croatian public broadcaster, HRT, confirmed on Tuesday that it had again sacked Hrvoje Zovko, a veteran reporter and president of the Croatian Journalists' Association, HND, for violent behaviour in the workplace. Zovko did not receive an official notice terminating his employment.

JusMin: Criminal groups must be hit where hurts them the most, in their money flows

The Minister of Justice, Stelian Ion, on Friday, on the occasion of the presentation of DIICOT's (Directorate for Investigating Organised Crime and Terrorism) activity report for 2020, that criminal groups "must be hit where hurts them the most, where the money is." "We must work to block the flow of money and then to recover the damage and the proceeds of crime because criminal groups must be