Ukraine has reclaimed the famed Snake Island in the Black Sea, but the battle continues in the information sphere as Russia accuses Kyiv of spreading disinformation about the island’s liberation.
Rare show of public dissent prompted by Uzbekistan’s ongoing constitutional reforms.
Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a decree that will transfer all rights and obligations of the Sakhalin-2 oil and gas project to a new Russian entity, in effect giving the Kremlin the power to nationalise foreigners' stakes.
Laws that prevent irregular migrants from applying for asylum and put them in automatic detention are contrary to European directives, rules European Court of Justice.
Slovakia – already the world's largest car manufacturer per capita – wins a fifth big car plant.
Russian ambassador in Sofia says that Moscow may cut diplomatic ties with Nato member Bulgaria after Sofia rejected ultimatum to cancel expulsion of 70 diplomats.
Poland has not yet met the milestones set by the Commission in order to receive €36bn in grants and loans from the EU’s pandemic recovery fund, says Commission vice-president.
The need for modern infantry fighting vehicles has become even more pressing since Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
North Macedonia urged to accept French proposal that would unlock its EU accession progress and that of neighbouring Albania.
Turkish president says objections to Sweden and Finland joining Nato were all about terrorists and militants. Analysis still suggests a bigger issue in play is the autocrat’s determination to get his hands on warplanes.
Poll shows 51% of Serbs would vote against joining the EU, while overwhelming 80% are against joining sanctions on Russia.
PM Albin Kurti announces controversial new rules for crossing the border into Kosovo with Serbian ID cards and licence plates.
Belarus' Council of Ministers adopted a decree to service its eurobonds in Belarusian rubles after Minsk struggled to pay its debts through international clearing and depository systems.
Following the recent amendments to its law on the death penalty, Belarus could execute over 60 people on terrorist charges.
Despite government efforts to wipe out cannabis plantations, UNODC lists Albania seventh worldwide for cultivation and distribution of the drug.
Czech investment group also says it is looking at acquisition opportunities in telecommunications, probably involving a merger with another financial or investment partner.
Tashkent loses bank deal and suffers blow as company accused by US of supplying microchips to Russian military-industrial complex.
Security alliance’s leaders agree a big increase in troop deployments on its Eastern Flank, more help for Ukraine in its defence against Russian aggression, and a new Strategic Concept.
Pro-Moscow BSP says it won't continue talks on a new coalition with outgoing PM Kiril Petkov's Change Continues after mass expulsion of Russian diplomats.
CEZ signs contract with US nuclear power technology company Westinghouse and French Framatome.