Projections show that Albania would be worse affected than its neighbours along the eastern Adriatic should global warming melt icecaps.
Wartime commander of Bosnian Serb forces removed from courtroom after angry outburst before judge issues life sentence for massacre of 8,000 Bosnian Muslim men and boys.
Milos Zeman once again broke ranks with other European leaders and the Czech government by visiting Russian President Vladimir Putin and calling for sanctions to be dropped.
Regulator’s moderate veiled tightening in the face of the currency’s descent described as “a complete joke” by one analyst.
Bosnia desperately needs IMF funds but political disagreements have frozen key reforms for months and the fund put its three-year stand-by agreement on hold in January.
€28mn worth of assets frozen as prosecutors probe PSD leader Liviu Dragnea in connection to money siphoned off from EU-funded road rehabilitation projects.
Only bottles of Coke now available in remote Central Asian republic have doubled in price, with company reportedly overcome by forex conversion difficulties.
Albania's cannabis industry is dying, says Prime Minister Edi Rama as he appeals to EU counterparts to help Tirana progress towards accession.
The largest investment in Serbia's energy sector in three decades gets underway as Belgrade seeks to deepen economic cooperation with China.
Company’s share price on Hong Kong index at lowest level in a year as it initiates internal investigation.
Commissioner gets a warm welcome in Skopje where the new government is seeking to revive the long-stalled accession process and has already initiated reforms.
Hungarian-born financier rips apart Orban government's "nationwide consultation" on Soros plan to flood Europe with refugees.
Analyst says Turkey’s policy makers “seem to be in denial” as president renews unorthodox demands for low rates.
Conspiracy theory — apparently referring to Romania’s anti-corruption agency — divides party, with influential PSD MEPs accusing party leader Liviu Dragnea of losing touch with reality and battling an imaginary enemy.
Dorin Chirtoaca, a perennial thorn in the side of Socialist President Igor Dodon, held onto his position despite being under house arrest in a corruption case as Chisinau voters remained firm in their pro-EU stance.
Canada-based miner, long involved in environmental and profit-sharing disputes over its operations in Kyrgyzstan, gets the go-ahead to mine Davidov and Lysyi sites.
In what could be seen as a peace offering, Russia said it was ready for an out-of-court settlement and the sale of the Eurobond.
The first mass-produced Belarusian cars rolled off the assembly line at the new Chinese-based BelGee car plant on November 17.
Severstal, Rusal and Evraz have sold a significant part of their Ukraine assets as the breach between Kyiv and Moscow grows ever deeper.
In July Yandex and Uber agreed to join forces in Russia, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia and Kazakhstan.