Ruling describes application as “politically motivated”. Hamdi Akin Ipek says he has been followed in London and has had his assets illegally confiscated.
The opposition VMRO-DPMNE party called on the government to resign and announced weekly protests ahead of a critical parliament vote on plans to change the country's name.
Markets want fiscal discipline amid the country's economic turmoil but campaign pressures amid a recession could cause significant backsliding.
Burj Al Babas slapped with bankruptcy order after failing to collect receivables.
Open Society Foundations claims it is the target of baseless allegations in the Turkish media, while it faces an interior ministry investigation.
Underlying shock in economy still playing out, say analysts. Industry’s CUR at lowest point since early 2015.
Janez Jansa, former prime minister and leader of the largest party in the Slovenian party, accused the two journalists of prostituting themselves.
Opposition lawmaker protests that Albayrak is “playing with fire by trying to lower interest rates via fiddling with the Treasury auctions”.
Joint press conference given by EU foreign and enlargement commissioners and Turkish foreign minister quickly turns tense.
Politically motivated tariffs introduced after Pristina's bid to join Interpol failed due to Serbian pressure on member countries to vote against Kosovo's membership.
Rows over the rights to oil and gas reserves near the divided island are ratcheting up tensions.
Iranian foreign minister responds to US president’s move to stand by Riyadh despite brutal killing which the CIA has briefed was ordered by the Saudi crown prince.
Serb nationalist politician is the new holder of Bosnia’s rotating tripartite presidency despite advocating for the breakup of the country.
Pre-trial detention of the pro-Kurdish HDP party politician has so far lasted two years. Erdogan claims ECHR ruling is not binding.
Collapse of rial in face of US sanctions has made country’s fixed-price fuel attractive on regional black markets.
Painting thought to be a work by Picasso stolen from the Kunsthal Museum in Rotterdam in 2012 was revealed to be a fake planted by two members of a Belgian theatre company.
Reshuffle will strengthen the position of ruling party leader Liviu Dragnea by demoting critics such as Deputy PM Paul Stanescu and Bucharest mayor Gabriela Firea.
Consumers tighten belts with country mired in a currency crisis and wary of sliding into a debt crisis coupled with a steep recession.
Pressure from the street and from the parliament finally force Valeri Simeonov to step down, raising questions about the future of Boyko Borissov's government.
Industrial production contracts 2.7% in September, marking the biggest annual drop since 2009 as downturn drains consumer demand.