Leader of new anti-corruption party forecasts snap elections will fail to produce stable government.
MPs in the state-level parliament are due to vote on the agreement on excise tax within days.
Turkish minister was previously accused of campaigning on behalf of Dost party ahead of Bulgarian general election.
Turkish president persists with "Nazi" jibes on campaign stump ahead of April 16 referendum on expanding presidential powers
Funds channeled from Russian companies to offshore firms with help from corrupt Moldovan judges.
Costumes signal intent to defend Macedonia statehood after SDSM leader offers concessions to ethnic Albanian minority.
Common market would create 80,000 jobs and ease future integration into EU internal market, Commissioner Hahn says.
Plenkovic says he is confident management of Croatian food and retail giant will resolve financial problems.
Montenegro's Nato accession is becoming a test case for the new relationship between the US and Russia.
Public broadcaster BHRT unable to repay outstanding debt to European Broadcasting Union for 11 years.
26-year-old Ljubisa "Beli" Preletacevic attracts protest voters in election seen as easy victory for PM Aleksandar Vucic.
President says he will quit if bill transforming Kosovo's security force into an army is not approved by parliament.
Opposition Democrats say replacement of four ministers is not enough to persuade them to return to parliament.
Refusal of landing permission for a plane carrying Turkey’s foreign minister sparked violent protests in Rotterdam.
Turkey and Russia were on the brink of war after the Turkish military shot down a Russian bomber in 2015. Two years later, presidents Putin and Erdogan were fawning over each other and a new era of relations at talks in Moscow.
NGOs that receive funding from US-Hungarian financier Gyorgy Soros in the centre of government's crosshairs.
PM Pavel Filip claims Moldovan officials harassed by Russian security services as they probe $22bn laundered through Moldinconbank
Banning of referendum rallies plunges Turkish-German relations to new low
Protests as Podgorica cuts benefits to stabilise public finances amid soaring debt burden.
Turkish interest in Russia's S-400 surface-to-air missile system may be a bluff to win Western defence deals.
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