Protests against plans to extend government control over the judiciary gather momentum in Romania as opposition leaders including former prime minister Dacian Ciolos join the crowds on Victory Square.
Investigation launched after Serbian opposition leader Vuk Jeremic claimed former PM's cousin and other top officials from the VMRO-DPMNE government laundered money via firms in Serbia.
Several exchanges in the country's once promising cryptocurrency market have already been forced to suspend their operations as most local banks reportedly refuse to work with them.
Russian media speculate that the attempted murder charge against Plahotnuic is related to the assassination attempt against Russian banker Gherman Gorbuntsov, but Plahotnuic's party says he is a victim of harassment by the Russian authorities.
Enlargement Commissioner Johannes Hahn urges Bosnian government and opposition to focus on reform agenda to unlock EU funding and make progress towards candidate status.
30% stake sold to Vitruvian Partners in deal that values Bucharest-based Bitdefender at over $600mn.
American author and intelligence operative Graham E. Fuller linked by prosecutor to Gulenist network blamed by Ankara for failed putsch and ongoing Iran sanctions busting trial in New York.
Prosecutors ordered to make move as part of investigation of gold trader who at a trial in New York has implicated Turkey's President Erdogan while describing a complex money laundering scheme to a jury.
Gruevski, Macedonia's prime minister for a decade, will stand down after the conservative VMRO-DPMNE party's disastrous performance in the October local elections.
Turkish-Iranian gold trader who has turned prosecution witness links Turkish president to gold-for-Iranian-oil plot.
Prosecutors have reportedly asked the Democratic Party for information over $675,000 used for lobbying in the US ahead of Albania's June general election.
Yes! Bulgaria pushes for investigation after Turkish police reveal alleged involvement of Bulgarian tobacco company in smuggling network, and claim top politicians are also connected.
Case that has roiled Turkish markets gets under way in New York with testimony that a former Turkey economy minister received more than $50mn in bribes.
Radical departure from previous expansionary policy is likely to spark more protests as public sector workers lose out on pay rises and benefits.
Atlantic Council report claims that Washington's neglect has allowed Russia to reshape the geopolitical landscape in the region, and argues that a permanent US military presence is needed.
One witness in the Montenegrin coup plot trial accused Ramzan Kadyrov, who is close to Russia's President Vladimir Putin, of attempting to bribe Montenegrin MPs to support the pro-Russian Democratic Front.
Movement on several issues comes as the economic situation in the breakaway Moldovan republic reaches crisis point after the Russian aid it relies on is repeatedly postponed.
Turkey's markets on edge as businessman prepares to tell story of involvement of government and Halkbank officials in multi-billion-dollar money laundering scheme.
Mitko Cavkov detained for allowing protesters close to the then ruling party to attack parliament and assault Social Democrat deputies in April.
State could temporarily take over stakes confiscated from non-transparent shareholders in systemically important banks, a proposal that raises questions about costs and transparency.