Rio Tinto, which blamed ground and geotechnical conditions at Oyu Tolgoi, now has more explaining to do to the Mongolian government.
The US handed down some of the harshest sanctions yet on Belarus and its leading companies and banned doing any business with potash producer Belaruskali. But a loophole in the regulations means its business won't be badly affected.
Number of cases in country’s most visited tourist destination at least three or four times greater than official data shows, claims head of local medical association.
TV host turned politician Slavi Trifonov accused Bulgaria's anti-establishment parties of treason and hypocrisy after their refusal to back his nomination for prime minister.
North Macedonia is fighting raging wildfires caused by the extremely hot weather, which have been disastrous in the eastern part of the country.
One the anniversary of the fraudulent presidential elections that plunged Belarus into its worst political crisis since the fall of the Soviet Union, Washington and London ramped up their sanctions regimes and hit hard.
Budget was “planned as though there weren’t going to be any fires”, opposition lawmaker protests.
Hungarian no-frills carrier the first major European airline to fully recover capacity to pre-COVID-19 levels.
Investigative publications Open Media and MBK Media, and human rights group Pravozaschcita Oktrytki, all groups affiliated with dissident ex-oligarch Mikhail Khodorkovsky, have had their websites blocked by Roskomnadzor.
Prime Minister Natalia Gavrilita’s government plans ambitious judicial reforms but will have to balance high public expectations and its limited resources.
National Bank of Romania says it needs more clarity from the government before making rate hikes that should be coordinated with fiscal consolidation — which PM Florin Citu has yet to announce.
The Minsk mayor has ordered goods from western countries that have imposed sanctions on Belarus off the shelves in the latest tit-for-tat measures in the pariah republic’s clash with the West.
A Moscow court gave Russia’s most famous fund manager Michael Calvey a 5.5-year suspended sentence for embezzlement, a day after finding him guilty, in a closely watched trial that will hurt Russia’s investment climate.
Hadzhigenov says committee already has the names of 140 illegally wiretapped persons, some of which were ordered by the chief prosecutor.
Ankara prosecutor investigating social media postings. Broadcasting watchdog warns TV stations about airing reports impacting morale of firefighters and public.
The CNB increased its two-week repo rate by 25 basis points to 0.75%, underpinned by a new macroeconomic forecast.
Russia’s most famous fund manager Michael Calvey has been found guilty of embezzlement by a Moscow court, but will serve no jail time in a decision that is widely seen as a major blow to Russia’s investment climate.
Companies from Europe and the US place two out of three commercials broadcast on prime-time Belarusian state television.
The trial of Belarusian opposition leader Maria Kolesnikova started on August 4 where she is charged with attempting a coup d'état and faces up to 12 years in jail if convicted in what she claims is a politically motivated case.
Report says officials upset by perceived unwillingness of Tbilisi to punish those responsible for violence against journalists and LGBTQ activists that resulted in cancellation of Tbilisi Pride event.