Opposition MPs defy party leadership to vote in favour of constitutional changes on name deal with Greece that will unblock Macedonia’s EU and Nato accession.
European Court of Justice makes move in row over politicisation of the judiciary as Poles get set to vote in local elections.
Ukraine’s cabinet agreed to increase domestic as tariffs by 23% at a meeting on October 19, fulfilling a key International Monetary Fund (IMF) demand that may release a badly needed $1.9bn tranche before the end of the year, local media reports.
Poles will vote on October 21 to decide who will be in charge of their districts, towns and regions for the next four years. But the importance of the vote goes far beyond that.
Russia's largest state-controlled bank Sberbank has been in talks to buy a blocking stake in Russia’s most valuable digital company Yandex. The state-owned banking giant has been holding negotiations with the founder and main shareholder
Vocal critic of Erdogan’s “undemocratic” executive presidency pays call at a time when Turkey’s prospects of eventual EU membership are in the balance.
State-controlled gas company PGNiG is building a portfolio of LNG supply deals as Poland works to diversify its gas supplies and reduce dependence on imports from Russia.
The BNR played down the macroeconomic impact of the decisions, but coming at a time of economic slowdown they are expected to further depress consumer and business confidence.
As Macedonian MPs prepare to vote on the deal that resolved a decades-long conflict with Athens, ministers clashed within Greece's ruling coalition which is divided over the agreement.
Trump administration accused of showing “utter disregard” for "human rights of an entire people" with its sanctions policy.
Internal divisions have erupted within the United Patriots, Bulgaria’s far-right junior coalition member, that have spilled over into a very public conflict.
Report says missing Saudi journalist was allegedly dismembered with a bonesaw while still alive.
Finance minister bills sale as evidence of Turkey's sound economic fundamentals and solidity against external shocks amid its economic difficulties.
Uber Technologies could hold an IPO in 2019. The company has been valued at $120bn by Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley, which is the double of current valuation and exceeds the value of General Motors, Ford Motor and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles combine
Election expected within 45 days as revolution victor Nikol Pashinian bets on “people power” translating into a ballot box triumph.
Hungary's central bank talked earlier of the need to keep gold reserves at a location that "ensures safety in case of geopolitical crises”.
Offering in flagship Kazakh corporation seen as helping to draw liquidity to recently launched Astana International Exchange.
Vote to determine whether Macedonia goes ahead with name change that will pave the way for EU and Nato accession — or faces early elections this autumn.
Hungarians are rushing to sign up for new contracts ahead of a parliament vote expected to take place on October 16.
Developments give Ankara leverage over both US and Saudi Arabia.