Indictment on multiple charges related to the 1998-1999 war of independence confirmed against Kosovan president.
Poland will close the remainder of schools as well as most retail and cultural facilities after new COVID-19 cases shot up to 24,692 on November 4.
Platforms fail to name representative in Turkey by deadline as required by new social media law. Only VKontakte, the Russian version of Facebook, did so. Bandwidth throttling lies ahead.
Hopes two-day delay will enable Germany’s diplomatic efforts to prevent Bulgaria from vetoing the start of EU accession talks with Skopje.
Armenia’s PM, meanwhile, calls for international investigation into presence of “foreign mercenaries” in Azerbaijan’s ranks after ethnic Armenian forces say they captured two fighters from Syria.
After 116 nights of anti-government protests, organisers say "other forms of resistance" are needed as mass demonstrations risk putting further pressure on Bulgaria's over-stretched healthcare system.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy has submitted a bill to dismiss all 15 judges of the Constitutional Court that will plunge Ukraine into a major constitution crisis.
Hungary is seeing an exponential rise in new cases and people needing hospital treatment, but the government is reluctant to introduce restrictions.
First estimates from OIV show drought hitting the grape crops in countries such as Romania and Moldova, while others like Hungary and Russia managed to boost production.
The number of demonstrators that turned out for the weekend Sunday rally in Minsk fell to only 10,000 as the protest movement loses some of its momentum.
In the ninth straight day of street protests, hundreds of thousands of Polish women and men demanded – in no diplomatic language – liberalisation of the abortion law.
Health Minister Marek Krajci hopes mass testing programme will flatten the curve of new infections.
Surprise lead over incumbent Igor Dodon puts Sandu in strong position to take the Moldovan presidency in runoff vote.
Ruling party just one seat short of majority prior to run-off contests. Thousands gather outside parliament in protest at claimed irregularities.
Analyst warns Stepanakert could “become like another Sarajevo”.
Polls indicate Sunday’s vote will set up a rematch of the 2016 runoff between President Dodon and his pro-EU challenger Maia Sandu — but this time Sandu has a strong chance of winning despite top Russian officials’ backing for Dodon.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy was scrambling on October 29 to head off a crisis of confidence in his government that could end the current International Monetary Fund (IMF) $5.5bn stand by agreement and right to visa-free travel to the EU
Belarus' self-appointed President Alexander Lukashenko closed the borders to the countries west of Belarus and shook up his security team on October 29, as he grapples to find a way out of the deadlock in his confrontation with the population.
No restrictions on movement yet despite spike in new infections, but fearful Sofia residents stay home.
The Russian residential real estate developer Samolet Group has set its IPO price at RUB950 per share in a rare listing on the Moscow Exchange that starts trading today that values the company at c.$750mn