Wartime Bosnian Serb military commander dubbed the ‘Butcher of Bosnia’ lost his appeal against his 2017 conviction for genocide, war crimes and crimes against humanity.
Citi Menkul Degerler lately ranked fourth largest net seller on the Borsa Istanbul. Clients will be switched to the group’s London operation.
Stefan Yanev’s interim government has been probing events under the former government led by Boyko Borissov that lost power in April.
Videos showing designer clothes and BMW raised questions about Enkeleda Kapedani's personal wealth as Albania pursues a comprehensive overhaul of the notoriously corrupt justice system.
US President Joe Biden has invited Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy to meet at the White House in July, during a phone conversation between the two presidents on June 7.
Verdict from UN court in The Hague expected to raise tensions in Bosnia shortly after appointment of new high representative reopened the debate on the country’s future.
Media executive and ex-police chief found guilty of 'Gulenist plot' to bring match-fixing charges against club that includes President Erdogan among its fans.
Russia will entirely remove the dollar from the basket of currencies in its National Welfare Fund (NWF) as the Kremlin’s drive to de-dollarise continues to gather momentum.
The well respected and widely read VTimes independent news service announced its closure on June 3 after the Justice Ministry designated it as a “foreign agent” last month, the latest in a string of independent news organisations to be attacked.
Russia is starting to overcome production bottlenecks of its Sputnik V coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine as output capacity tops 30mn doses a month.
Jailed top Belarusian opposition journalist Roman Protasevich appeared in an interview on state TV where he praised Belarus' President Alexander Lukashenko and said that he has “balls of steel” on June 3.
Stage now set for October general election, with opinion polls showing opposition coalitions will topple populist billionaire Andrej Babis.
Kidneys from young living donors from Moldova and Ukraine transplanted into hospital’s rich international patients.
UN report identifies use of ‘killer robot’ Kargu-2 in Libya skirmish.
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.