Slim majority backs €1bn project to expand line from Slovenian port of Koper in referendum seen as acid test of Prime Minister Miro Cerar's popularity ahead of 2018 general elect
Sevil Shhaideh, a close ally of the leader of Romania's ruling PSD, is being probed over allegedly illegal land transfers, while the DNA has asked parliament's permission to also investigate European Funds Minister Rovana Plumb.
The region has made little progress over the past decade in improving trust and civic engagement, says Legatum Institute.
Protesters punched by suited men and dragged from venue, but US State Department says that according to its present knowledge no security personnel of the Turkish president were involved.
Russia’s Central Bank of Russia (CBR) has started work on cleaning up the ailing Binbank (also known as B&N Bank) and the lender's main owner is ready to sell his share for RUB1 as well as repay losses of up to RUB350bn ($6bn).
Russian uncut diamond major Alrosa mined a 27.85 carat pink diamond, the company said on August 21. The diamond is nearly seven times biggest than the previous record holder which had a weight of 3.86 carats.
New York-traded company and Uzbek subsidiary Coscom corruptly built lucrative business in Uzbekistan by making illicit payments to government official.
Opposition Liberals accuse pro-Russian President Dodon of violating the constitution, but are unlikely to gain support from enough MPs to force a vote on impeachment.
Vote on Slovenia’s largest infrastructure project seen as indicator of PM Miro Cerar’s popularity ahead of 2018 general election.
The Oneksim group that belongs to Russian tycoon Mikhail Prokhorov sold 100% of Snob Media publisher to the head of the group Maria Gevorkyan, according to September 21 announcement.
Set in an free economic zone subject to English common law, the bourse in the capital will hope to do far better than the country's first exchange in largest Kazakh city Almaty.
Angry statement from Kyrgyzstan's foreign ministry accuses Kazakh president on interfering in country's internal affairs.
The owner of Macedonia’s largest fuel retailer says it suffered substantial damages after regulators failed to reject takeover bid by murky London-registered company.
Don’t let this “rogue newcomer to politics” destroy nuclear deal praised by all other major powers, says Iranian president.
Another “Garden Ring” bank may be about to go to the wall after the Central Bank of Russia said that leading commercial lender B&N Bank has asked for a bailout.
Efforts led by France to convince US president of success of agreement with Tehran to no avail, Iranians condemn Trump for “ignorant hate speech that belongs in medieval times”.
Bulgarian defence minister will start talks with Russian company on the repair of Soviet-made MiG-29s as officials in the Nato member state continue to squabble over plans to buy new fighter jets.
Two entirely new species — a fish and a stonefly — have been discovered along the river, on which a hydroelectric plant is planned.
Russia’s economic recovery is going better than expected – so well that Russia's finance ministry has cut the net domestic borrowing programme from RUB1.05 trillion (€15bn) annually to RUB0.87 trillion, according to the draft federal budget
The new Russian three-year 2018-2020 federal budget currently being drafted by the government has less than RUB10bn ($172mn) per year worth of privatisation revenues planned, Interfax said on September 18 citing the Finance Minister Anton Siluanov.