Baku’s forces confirm capture of Shusha and seemed poised to move on to main city Stepanakert.
Latest measures fall short of those seen during the first wave of the pandemic, but signal a clear shift away from some of the most lenient policies pursued in the region.
Baku reportedly apologises, says it was an accident. Aircraft brought down with shoulder-launched missile near Azerbaijani border while fighting continued to rage over Nagorno-Karabakh.
Interior Minister Mart Helme stepped down after a vicious verbal attack on US president-elect Biden, condemned by top politicians as damaging Estonia’s relations with the US, a crucial ally.
Belarusian police arrested a record 1,000 protesters at the traditional Sunday demonstrations on November 9 calling for the resignation of incumbent President Alexander Lukashenko.
Next occupant of White House should “make up for past mistakes” of predecessor says Iranian President Hassan Rouhani.
Truce would reportedly require Armenia to cede large chunk of territory while placing Turkish and Russian peacekeeping mission in area.
Goldman Sachs sticks to wait-and-see mode as analysts ponder whether big changes in monetary policy are imminent.
All eyes on rising turmoil in presidential administration and economic management of country.
Hungary’s illiberal leader openly endorsed Trump before the US election and admitted he had "no plan B" for a Biden win, while Hungarian pro-government media outlets remained in denial.
Serbia is registering new records in the daily number of new cases, which reached nearly 2,700 on November 7.
Politicians rush to congratulate new US president-elect as result is announced — but not Slovenian PM and staunch Trump supporter Janez Jansa, who takes to Twitter to mock state of rule of law in US.
Bulgaria blocked its neighbour's progress towards EU accession after its controversial unilateral conditions were not included in the EU negotiation framework for North Macedonia.
Russia to send €2.9mn grant for drought-hit Moldovan farmers ahead of presidential election runoff, but no sign of the €500mn loan promised earlier.
Prime Minister Krisjanis Kariņs says tougher measures are needed as record new cases reported.
Police clashed with anti-lockdown protestors in the Slovenian capital as demonstrators started throwing paving stones at officers.
Azerbaijani forces reported to be 3-4 km from mountain fortress city of great symbolic cultural significance to Baku.
Turkish markets volatile as US presidential election result awaited.
No data available from UK on how many virus cases it “imported” after opening Turkish tourism corridor despite many warnings Ankara’s pandemic data was flawed.