Ransomware wreaks havoc on energy, transport and government computers, with disruptions also reported in Denmark, Romania, Spain and UK.
Thirteen of the 28 EU member states have given their backing to a request from the European Commission for a mandate to negotiate with Russia over the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline project.
Amount is deemed enough to enable the bank to meet 10% capital adequacy under conservative scenario.
Kyiv’s backing of Hillary Clinton during the US presidential elections, and the plotting against Trump’s campaign manager Paul Manafort by Poroshenko's associates, have hindered good relations.
Businesses in the US appear to be moving beyond merely learning about blockchain and are now increasingly interested in piloting projects using the technology.
A poll by Pew Research found that attitudes to both democracy and homosexuality remain very conservative in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE), including among the young.
President says US to continue backing Ukraine's reforms, as well as its sovereignty, territorial integrity and independence.
Western commentators rush in too fast with Kremlin's take on the language issue, says columnist Kateryna Kruk.
Emerging markets are starting to feature more prominently on the QS World University Rankings, with Russia's top five universities all advancing more than 10 places on the latest index.
Officials insist enhanced EU defence co-operation should focus on terrorism and is not a reaction to the way President Trump has cast doubt over Nato guarantees.
What happened to the colour revolutions in Georgia, Kyrgyzstan and Ukraine? All are in retreat in one way or another, and none have delivered on their promise of deep change and a better life.
Frozen conflict likely as international plan to end Donbas fighting fails to find impetus.
The banking downturn is over, with profitability surging last year, according to the lender's annual CEE Banking Report.
The Black Sea fertiliser plant is billed as the jewel in the crown of Ukraine's privatisation drive but is seen as a potential giant money pit by many investors.
Tribunal rejected Gazprom’s ‘take-or-pay’ claim and satisfied demand of Ukraine's Naftogaz to make contract price market-reflective.
Ukrainian leadership hails passage of trade pact despite alleged obstruction by "contaminated Kremlin".