Russia and Japan have entered into “detailed discussions” on a peace treaty. WWII never ended, at least for the two countries, as they did not formalise an end to hostilities and are technically still at war.
Gold-mining tycoon says British political establishment has to forget Litvinenko killing and get back to business.
Putin pushes message of economic and social development on a homegrown platform of strength after two years of Russia's isolation.
Giant 36,000-tonned structure encloses block destroyed in world's worst nuclear accident in 1986.
The sale of 20% of its shares at RUB550 per share valued the company at $2.5bn.
EU member states agreed that Ukraine is ready for a visa-free regime with the bloc.
VTB has had to slash hundreds of staff from its office in London and on Wall Street because of sanctions.
Russian music streaming site Zvooq is suing internet behemoth Yandex for $29mn for alleged breach of contract and accuses the Nasdaq-listed company of destroying the delicate investment climate in Russia by exploiting its market power.
Russian state-owned lender Sberbank has pumped £5.5mn into its London investment bank to boost a business reeling from sanctions and a costly sexual discrimination case.
RenCap traders are said to be learning Mandarin as they await the arrival of new colleagues from China's rapidly expanding Fosun group.
Moldova’s new pro-Russian President Igor Dodon said in his first interview since winning the election on November 13 that his country’s relationship with the EU would “remain intact”, but there will be bilateral and trilateral talks with Moscow.
Bulgaria looks set for months of political uncertainty and horse-trading after parliament on November 16 accepted the resignation of Prime Minister Boyko Borissov.
Prime minister says action taken against Alexey Ulyukaev is "beyond understanding".
NBU chief accuses ex-PM of seeking regime change to empower political forces that support owners of failed banks and will ignore their debts.
Investigators say minister took $2mn bribe to clear the sale of Bashneft oil company to state oil giant Rosneft.
Police reform architect steps down on eve of demonstrations due to take place in the capital Kyiv and other cities.
Kyiv so far rejects EU-backed proposal to create a special status region in Donbas to break the impasse with Russia and end fighting there.
Fridman’s Alfa A1 unit has pulled out of a JV managing a property portfolio in Russia and Ukraine on behalf of the Irish government.
The Baltic states presented a calm front in reaction to the shock victory of Donald Trump in the US presidential election.
Despite fears that shock election result can embolden Russia in its actions towards Ukraine, officials in Kyiv are taking a wait-and-see approach.
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