Bodyguards of Turkish construction company’s CEO reportedly exchanged blows with Turkmen security officials who tried to prevent him from leaving the country, which has been plunged into an economic crisis by low oil prices.
Vestmoldtransgaz operates Moldova's gas interconnector with Romania which will be extended to the industrial area around Chisinau, thus ending the country's dependence on Russian gas.
Sale of energy assets to small, recently founded firm raised concerns about transparency and energy security in Bulgaria.
Pace of reform will determine whether it takes decades or centuries for living standards in the Western Balkans 6 countries to converge with those in the EU, a new EBRD report shows.
CEE accounted for a mere 1% of the wind capacity installed in 2017, as regional governments drag their feet on incentivising the sector at home and fail to steer ambitious policies in Brussels.
Zagreb has refused to implement a 2017 border arbitration ruling, saying the process was corrupted by Slovenian officials.
Bulgarian politicians question sale of Czech energy giant's Bulgarian assets to small family-owned Inercom whose owner is a close friend of Energy Minister Temenuzhka Petkova.
The ruling coalition's risky attempt to remove Laura Kovesi from the helm of the DNA will inevitably spark more anti-corruption protests in Romania.
An unknown man threw a grenade at the US embassy in Podgorica, the capital of Nato's newest member state, then blew himself up with a second device.
Macedonia in freefall as setbacks across the region are bad news for hopes of accelerated progress towards EU accession.
Zagreb Stock Exchange suspended trading of all listed Agrokor Group companies after the emergency manager of the debt-stricken food and retail giant resigned.
Deal gives Central Europe's richest man significant influence on the Bulgarian media market, which is on the brink of a new wave of M&A.
March to commemorate pro-Nazi WW2 general was officially condemned by the authorities but one organiser claimed it had top level political support.
Turkey and the US agreed to normalise bilateral relations, strained by the Turkish campaign against the US-armed YPG Kurdish militia in Syria.
Stricken Croatian food and retail giant wants three-month extension as it seeks to restructure around €5.5bn worth of debt.
The Moldovan authorities stepped up the economic pressure on the Russian-backed separatist republic last year, encouraging the authorities in Tiraspol to compromise.