Pro-EU, pro-Nato Borut Pahor is expected to coast to victory in the first round of Slovenia's October 22 presidential election as he leverages social media to reach out directly to voters.
CEE branch of watchdog points to Baku’s withdrawal from transparency in extractive industries body as just one example of why it thinks credit for TANAP project should not be advanced.
Finance Minister Mateja Vranicar Erman will try to persuade EU officials to extend the deadline for Ljubljana to offload Slovenia's largest bank NLB after an initial privatisation attempt was cancelled earlier this year.
Non-binding resolution proclaims Republika Srpska's military neutrality and says it will coordinate its future status with Serbia - angering Bosniak leaders who called the move a "flagrant violation of the Dayton peace agreement".
€215mn loans for Serbia's 158 MW Čibuk wind farm to help harness wind energy in a region still heavily reliant on coal power.
Court says pro-Russian Dodon can be suspended for repeated refusal to appoint defence minister proposed by the government, while president slams decision he says will allow oligarch Vlad Plahotnuic to become prime minister.
Ivica Todoric and his son were found to have left the country as investigation into financial irregularities at debt-crippled Croatian food and retail giant gathers pace.
SDSM's hold on power confirmed as its candidates lead in most municipalities while VMRO-DPMNE - which was ousted in May after a decade in office - was pushed into third place.
Nominees to replace three ministers forced to resign by PM Mihai Tudose amid apparent power struggle with Liviu Dragnea, leader of the ruling PSD.
Hopes that row between Ankara and Washington over arrested American embassy employee is dissolving sag again after Turkish president delivers new verbal volley.
Resignations include Deputy PM Sevil Shaideh, a key ally of PSD leader Liviu Dragnea, who until now has maintained informal control over the government despite not holding a cabinet position.
Currency appreciates and bond yields ease as hopes rise that Ankara and Washington can resolve damaging spat that has led to mutual suspension of visa services.
Interest rates have increased significantly on the local market on the back of uncertainties generated by the government’s ambiguous fiscal policy.
Departure of Simeonov — who threatened a talk show host live on air — would strengthen PM Boyko Borissov vis a vis Simeonov's nationalist United Patriots.
Slovenian companies like Cashila and Viberate are already among the world’s leading developers of digital investment platforms.
Turkish president greeted with promises of the region’s best investment conditions, a serenade from Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic and a hero’s welcome in the majority Muslim Sandzak region.
Moldovan businessman Anatol Stati is trying to claw back $500mn he was awarded in compensation after his investments in two Kazakhstani gas fields were nationalised.
Turkish lira also dragged down as traders nervously await developments in row over arrest of US embassy staff member and tit-for-tat suspension of visa services.
PM announces he will invite “at least two ministers” to leave the cabinet within a few days, most likely including Deputy Prime Minister Sevil Shhaideh, who is the target of a corruption probe.
Agrokor's emergency management takes legal steps after overstated revenues and other accounting irregularities reveal potentially illegal activities at troubled Croatian food and retail giant.