Anti-corruption blogger and opposition activist Alexei Navalny was arrested by riot police as he walked to join nationwide protests against the upcoming presidential elections.
Former premier has urged the Social Democrats to back billionaire populist Andrej Babis in forming a government, something that could happen at the party’s congress next month.
Eve-of-election TV debates may be key in tight race between populist president and pro-EU professor Drahos who warns incumbent could drag the country east.
The boom is partly driven by 20%-30% discounts operators are offering to drum up business.
Now VTB and the post office’s parent company Pochta Rossii own the bank on a parity basis with 50% minus 1 share.
PM Zoran Zaev promises to rename Skopje's Alexander the Great airport as the two sides move closer to a deal that could unlock Macedonia's accession to the EU and Nato.
Russian banks have been cutting their commercial interest rates to keep up with plummeting inflation
The government wants to help new agribusinesses in Europe's former cannabis capital Lazarat, which has fallen on hard times since a crackdown on drug cultivation in 2014.
China becomes biggest foreign dealmaker in the region, making €7.7bn of acquisitions, up 78%.
Extraordinary meeting strongly endorses move to purchase GDRs held in KMG Exploration and Production subsidiary by mainly international investors.
Controversy erupts over Croatian decision to select a consortium led by China Road and Bridge Corporation to build the bridge for €274mn.
Central bank chief warns speculators they face painful losses if they pile into a big bet on further depreciation.
Anatol Stati has taken steps to enforce the ruling in Swedish and Dutch jurisdictions, where assets of the Kazakh state have been appropriated, but Astana is seeking to reverse the ruling in the UK and the US.
Investigation by EU anti-fraud office Olaf finds street lighting contracts were riddled with irregularities.
Military force which accounts for massive part of national GDP told to sound the retreat in business, but sceptics doubt anything much will happen soon.
Valeria Gontareva, the outgoing governor of the National Bank of Ukraine (NBU), has urged the country's parliament and president to "let her go at last."
The Russian government has allocated RUB600bn to offer subsidised mortgages to young families
Run-off between Milos Zeman and Jiri Drahos likely to be decided by TV duels.
Expensive weather modification programme authorised as country contends with driest winter in more than 30 years.
Macedonia must change its name, was the message of rally that drew over 50,000 Greeks, highlighting the challenges Skopje faces as it tries to strike a deal with Athens and progress towards EU membership.