US Senate foreign relations committee votes unanimously to ratify accession protocol.
Oligarch to sue over Podgorica's decision to declare KAP aluminium smelter and Rudnici Boksita bauxite mine insolvent.
Voters are sceptical about big promises from the ruling party and opposition ahead of the critical December 11 election.
Elections likely as GERB changes stance, rules out supporting a new government in the current parliament.
New PM Markovic to lead Montenegro into Nato, aims to complete EU negotiations by 2019.
Moldova's head prosecutor announces US FBI has launched investigation into money siphoned off from three Moldovan banks.
Parliament votes for suspension by a strong majority, though resolution is not legally binding.
Defying political pressure to reduce borrowing costs, Turkey’s central bank delivered its first rate hike in nearly three years on November 24 in a bid to support the nation’s battered currency.
Montenegro to continue course towards EU and Nato as DPS forms new government under Dusko Markovic after quarter century in power.
Enterprise Investors exits Romanian supermarket chain for €533mn after successful expansion programme targeting rural areas.
Nikolay Nenchev is second minister to be charged since PM Borissov's government submitted its resignation on November 14.
Croatian PM defends Damir Krsticevic after allegations he was involved in war crimes in Bosnia’s Jajce municipality.
Other members of Bulgarian cabinet to be questioned over exchange with Turkey that resulted in financial losses and public health concerns.
President elect Igor Dodon accuses minister of "provocations" in bid to gain support from Moscow.
Moldova’s new pro-Russian President Igor Dodon said in his first interview since winning the election on November 13 that his country’s relationship with the EU would “remain intact”, but there will be bilateral and trilateral talks with Moscow.
Bulgaria looks set for months of political uncertainty and horse-trading after parliament on November 16 accepted the resignation of Prime Minister Boyko Borissov.
Igor Dodon also likely to call referendum on EU Association Agreement.
Outgoing president likely to appoint caretaker government to pave way for early elections.
Igor Dodon has repeatedly advocated amending Moldova’s EU Accession Treaty and joining Russia's Custom Union.
Ship bearing mystery cargo spent 11 months trying to offload in Far East, now ordered to return to Romania.
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