Anger and frustration reportedly spilled over when jammed door meant no access to work site cafeteria.
Finding of new project set up by academics and researchers comes with government facing increased scrutiny over whether national statistics are detached from reality.
The new kid on the Russian listed residential real estate developer’s block, Samolet Group, has announced the price range for an IPO on Moscow Exchange (MOEX). Trading starts on October 29
Referendum that could rule out gay marriage in Estonia brought forward to spring 2021.
Skopje condemns threat from fellow Nato member, which follows Bulgarian warnings it may block the start of North Macedonia’s EU accession talks over unresolved historical issues.
Prospects of Azerbaijani offensive into heavily populated core of enclave are reportedly rising. Turkey calls Minsk mediation group "brain dead".
Prague limits free movement of citizens and orders the closure of most retailers as the fastest growth in new coronavirus infections per citizen in Europe was recorded in the country.
Confectionery maker reportedly looking to sell 5-year or 7-year papers. Turkey Wealth Fund said to have backed away from holding auction after asked for yields turned out to be higher than officials expected.
Pledge made at virtual summit as Washington seeks to counter Chinese influence in Central and Southeast Europe.
Emergency measures including shop closures in Czech Republic as it struggles with huge surge in new cases. Healthcare services under pressure across the region.
Also amid Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, another report says Russia has deployed a “large” number of border guards to work with Armenian counterparts assigned to protect Armenia’s only border with Iran.
Belarus' self-appointed President Alexander Lukashenko has banned his security forces from arresting Belarus’ most famous protester: the 73-year old Nina Baginskaya, who has become an international celebrity for her no-compromise protests.
Canada lately banned such military exports to Turkey. Armenian PM urges international community to follow its example.
Possibility of trilateral session not ruled out as hopes rise for new effort to bring Nagorno-Karabakh conflict to an end.
Warsaw plans to build as many as six reactors by the early 2040s in a decisive step towards decarbonisation of the emissions-heavy energy sector.
The Fischer ski factory in Ukraine must be one of the country’s best kept secrets. Set up in the 40s and employing over 1,000 people, it produces about 60% of all the skis and snowboards that ride the mountains of Europe each season
Top performing Candriam SRI Bond Emerging Markets Fund that has $1.5bn AUM has cut Russia, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and China from its list of allowed investments due to the country’s poor performance on environmental, social and governance (ESG)
The fast-rising second wave of infections is threatening to overwhelm the country’s healthcare system.
Hungary’s right-wing government — which has openly endorsed Donald Trump in the US presidential race — was angered by the Democratic nominee’s rule of law criticisms and comparison of Hungary and Poland to Belarus.
Day, however, sees angry exchanges with Armenia and Azerbaijan blaming each other for breaching humanitarian truce.