Former economy minister and confessed plagiarist Tudose was the only volunteer for the position after the ruling PSD ousted Sorin Grindeanu in a confidence vote in mid-June.
Transnistria to nationalise two banks, liquidate third in connection to $80mn loans extended by central bank, in case that appears to replicate $1bn bank frauds in Moldova.
Exit polls indicate Edi Rama's Socialists are heading for outright victory in election seen as critical for Albania's progress towards EU membership.
SDSM-led government says conservative VMRO-DPMNE party planned to spend money on expensive furniture and luxury travel.
Daimler's Mytaxi continues to strengthen position on European market with purchase of Romanian taxi-hailing app developer Clever Tech.
Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim said the government will "take measures" if lenders refuse to ease interest rates.
Shor becomes third person to be sentenced over frauds that cost Moldova more than 10% of its GDP.
Project to expand line between Adriatic port and inland rail hub Divaca becomes hot political issue ahead of 2018 general election.
Ruling PSD ousts its own prime minister, Sorin Grindeanu, in a confidence vote and is expected to appoint a low-profile candidate who will act as a proxy for its leader, Liviu Dragnea.
Separatist republic's central bank governor blames his predecessor's monetary expansion and Moldovan decision to cut electricity imports.
Russian state atomic energy corporation set to sign preliminary deal to sell stake in nuclear project Turkey badly needs to cut costs of imported energy.
Turkish president says Ankara will fight legally and politically against decision, US says move sends a clear message.
President Vucic sends strong message of Serbia's commitment to liberal democracy and EU accession with selection of Ana Brnabic as his successor.
Social Democrats decide to remove Sorin Grindeanu after less than six months in office, as PM defies pressure to resign.
Thousands gather at Ankara start of Kemal Kilicdaroglu's walk to Istanbul prison to challenge spying conviction of Enis Berberoglu.
High gold prices in recent years resulted in a flood of investors into Southeast Europe - much to the dismay of local residents and environmental groups.
Republican People’s Party says imprisonment of Enis Berberoglu over Syria arms article leak aimed at intimidating opposition amid ongoing state of emergency.
Exchange rate drops amid rampant rise in political instability, as EU funds absorption, better tax collection and reforms at state-controlled companies are put at risk.
Macedonia's new Foreign Minister Nikola Dimitrov had a friendly and positive meeting with his Greek counterpart but was left in no doubt that a resolution to the name dispute would have to come before Macedonia can join Nato
Sorin Grindeanu refuses to stand down as cabinet resigns and Romania's ruling coalition withdraws its support.