Turkish president’s fresh outburst towards the West and appetite for Russian defence hardware poses the question of whether Ankara might accelerate a political realignment.
Global mining group signs memorandum with Belgrade on project to develop world-class deposits of lithium-borate in Serbia’s Loznica, as growing use of electric cars pushes up demand for lithium.
Reporters, editors, columnists and cartoonists accused of using “assymetric war methods” against Erdogan say they were arrested for asking the “wrong” questions.
Further strong words from the German finance minister as Ankara shows signs of nervousness that Berlin’s new approach to Turkey could have significant economic consequences.
The European Commission has threatened to refer Bulgaria to the EU Court of Justice unless it allows foreign citizens to purchase Bulgarian agricultural land without any restrictions.
Long-standing disagreements between leaders of rival Bosniak parties bring down multi-ethnic coalition, spelling further uncertainty for Bosnia.
Ankara government attempts to put brake on rapidly worsening tensions but Germany's Schaeuble aggravates Erdogan with comparison to the old communist East Germany.
Corpbank was Bulgaria's fourth largest lender until a bank run in 2014 deprived it of liquidity, and a later audit revealed a capital hole of almost €2bn.
Deputy PM Mehmet Simsek, a favourite with investors, keeps his place as economic management team retained, but no major surprises in country entering second year of state of emergency.
Germany's foreign minister and business chambers respond to latest detentions with statements that will worry Turkey's already struggling tourism industry and unsettled investment enviroment.
Opposition politicians believe the new law will prevent them from gaining parliament seats in future elections.
Russian gas giant has reportedly started construction work on the second stage of the Turkish Stream pipeline before the final deal is approved by Ankara.
Court ruling blocks A2A's plans to exercise put option to exit its 41.7% stake in Montenegrin power monopoly.
Ljubljana challenges crisis managers in attempt to protect local retail chain Mercator against fallout from Agrokor debt crisis.
Slovenian agriculture minister says decision to allow Croatian wine producers to use the Teran name under certain conditions "opens Pandora's box" for other protected designations of origin to be challenged in the EU.
Abandoned ammunition left over from the Cold War poses a grave threat to human life in Albania, and helped turn the country into an arms trafficking hotspot.
Turkey’s EU Affairs Minister Omer Celik is visiting Brussels for official meetings and to attend a consultative committee meeting
Croatia's second city Split threatened by fires, as Montenegro is forced to evacuate Lustica peninsular.
President President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has extended the state of emergency in Turkey for the fourth time claiming it necessary to help him crack down on the "Gulenist" network
The Turkish government issued a decree dismissing 7,348 people from their posts who were alleged to have links with the coup plotters, on the day before the anniversary of the coup.