Turkish PM Recep Tayyip Erdogan has angrily condemned as fake an audio recording that appears to show him talking to his son about hiding large sums of money.
BBC: February 25, 2014
With the Turkish government mired in corruption allegations, it has found an unlikely ally. Leading members of the pro-Kurdish movement are backing Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan's claim that he is the victim of an international conspiracy.
February 20, 2014
Former PM in apparent endorsement of International Mine Initiative, at centre of alleged €9m fraud scandal
Enet: February 20, 2014
About 35% of Hellenic Aid funding to NGOs from 2000-04 unaccounted for
Enet: February 19, 2014
Eight people, including three diplomats, are facing charges in Greece in connection with an alleged fraud involving an anti-landmine charity.
BBC: February 18, 2014
Turkey's parliament has approved a law giving the government more power over the council that appoints and oversees judges and prosecutors.
February 15, 2014
With the help of an unnamed 'star minister', one of the companies lobbying for the contract to apply new excise stamps on cigarettes has an appointment with finance ministry officials, Eleftherotypia understands
Enet: February 11, 2014
The extent of corruption in Europe is "breathtaking" and it costs the EU economy at least 120bn euros (£99bn) annually, the European Commission says.
BBC: February 3, 2014
The Turkish government is facing growing criticism over its proposals to control Internet use. The moves come with the government mired in corruption allegations.
January 31, 2014
Shipowner and MIE company representative Michalis Matados, who is accused on bribery and money laundering, is expected to appear before investigators on the armaments kickback case on Thursday.
January 21, 2014