Zagreb Stock Exchange suspended trading of all listed Agrokor Group companies after the emergency manager of the debt-stricken food and retail giant resigned.
Deal gives Central Europe's richest man significant influence on the Bulgarian media market, which is on the brink of a new wave of M&A.
March to commemorate pro-Nazi WW2 general was officially condemned by the authorities but one organiser claimed it had top level political support.
Turkey and the US agreed to normalise bilateral relations, strained by the Turkish campaign against the US-armed YPG Kurdish militia in Syria.
Stricken Croatian food and retail giant wants three-month extension as it seeks to restructure around €5.5bn worth of debt.
The Moldovan authorities stepped up the economic pressure on the Russian-backed separatist republic last year, encouraging the authorities in Tiraspol to compromise.
Political leaders are expected to use the growing scandal at the DNA's regional Ploiesti office to attempt to force out DNA chief Laura Kovesi.
War of words erupts after Turkish coast patrol vessel rammed a Greek coastguard boat close to islands claimed by both countries, amid rising tensions in the Eastern Mediterranean.
Growing rifts among the nationalist United Patriots put their future as the junior coalition partner of Boyko Borissov's Gerb at risk but the prime minister has other options to keep his government in office.
Past conflicts loom large as Croatia's Kolinda Grabar Kitarovic and Serbia's Aleksandar Vucic meet in Zagreb.
European Council President Donald Tusk issues warning after Nicosia accused the Turkish military of obstructing Italian energy company Eni's gas exploration ship in the Eastern Mediterranean.
Boyko Borissov’s government attempts damage control after far-right coalition partner Valeri Simeonov calls for “green jihadist” Ska Keller to be deported to Turkey for joining protests against ski resort in Bulgarian national park.
Better transportation, energy, and telecommunications networks would help Western Balkan countries raise productivity and attract more investment, IMF says.
Vassilev, the majority shareholder of bankrupt Corpbank through which billions of euros of taxpayers’ money were allegedly siphoned off, asked for help under the Magnitsky act after being indicted in Bulgaria.
Funding decision made despite heavy pressure from environmental groups who argued that the development bank should avoid investing in major fossil fuel projects.
The strategy comes after years of neglecting the region and is expected to counter the growing influence of Russia and China in Southeast Europe.
Early warning signs that the talent shortage in the Visegrad 4 countries is now being felt in Romania.
European Anti-fraud Office launched probe in response to complaints reportedly concerning inflated payments made to contractor on new line that will link central Bucharest to the western suburbs.
Romania’s €150mn ice-cream market increasingly in international hands as Unilever's purchase of largest local producer Betty Ice follows sale of no. 2 player Alpin57Lux to Latvia's Food Union.
PM Ramush Haradinaj's pre-tax salary would have been doubled under the proposed changes, which drew harsh criticism from the opposition and Kosovo's Anti-Corruption Agency.