Central Europe is facing a prolonged period of higher inflation that is likely to lead to significant interest rate hikes.
Opposition attacks €1.5bn cost of Communist Chinese university, as well as way it will take land away from planned Student City.
Hopes it could be in place ahead of June 18 Iranian presidential election may have been dashed.
US Treasury's largest action tackling corruption to date targets two high-profile businessmen and several ex-officials.
Prosecutors take on interim government that has launched a wide-reaching overhaul of the administration and pledged to root out corruption under the previous Gerb government.
The sales of goods under own private labels by Russian retailers have risen by 12.2% year on year in May-April 2021, reaching 5.3% share in total sales.
Romanian PM Florin Citu and his predecessor Ludovic Orban are vying to lead the senior ruling PNL.
The stories of personal tragedies and horrific police repression coming out of Belarus are almost a daily occurrence. In the latest tragedy protester Stsyapan Latupau cut his own throat in court rather than incriminate himself.
Easing announced as the number of new cases has fallen sharply, boding well for a revival of economic growth after the spring lockdowns.
Sofia Sapega, the girlfriend of Belarusian opposition journalist Roman Protasevich who was arrested after a Ryanair flight was forced to land in Minsk last week, will be tried on inciting hatred and organising mass rally charges.
Deputy Prime Minister Andrei Belousov claimed that Russian metals majors have "cheated" the state for RUB100bn ($1.4bn) worth of capital investments and state military orders in an interview to RBC business portal.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has been pushed into giving support to Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko over the Ryanair flight affair.
France wins supersonic jet tender with €999mn offer in Zagreb's second attempt to upgrade its airforce.
Peker video allegations of mafia’s links with top politicians and prospect of Fed tightening pulling funds from Turkey two factors in currency slump.
You win some. You lose some. That’s how it has been for the leading Baltic airlines after Europe banned overflights of Belarusian airspace and blocked the country’s national carrier Belavia from using many EU landing rights.
The EU might ban (or limit) imports of Belarusian potash and other fertilisers as a part of its economic sanctions following the Ryanair flight forced landing and arrest of Roman Protasevich, said EU foreign ministers gathering in Lisbon.
Russian President Vladimir Putin ruled out mandatory vaccination as “impractical and impossible” on May 28 as Russians remain some of the least keen people in the world to be inoculated against coronavirus (COVID-19).
Solar energy capacity in Hungary has quadrupled between 2015 and 2020 and is set to increase to 6,000Mw by 2030.
Romania’s general government budget deficit dropped to 1.8% of GDP in 4M21, down from over 2.5% in the same period last year.
The government has moved quickly to restore the city it has declared its cultural capital, but the lack of transparency has raised concern.