Newly appointed head of intelligence Karel Mlejnek admits knowing accused STAN party sponsor but says this has already been cleared by investigators.
Eurasianet’s correspondent in northern Kazakhstan has been following a dispute between a small town and its main employer, which appears to be heading for the exit.
Two major Romania energy companies — natural gas and electricity producer Romgaz and nuclear power company Nuclearelectrica — have reported sharp hikes in their profits for the first half of 2022.
Kosovo's energy companies had planned restrictions on power use as the coal-dependent country faces a crisis in the energy sector.
Few defendants appear able to get legal representation.
However, French prosecutors are now looking into allegations of tax evasion over Babis' purchase of a luxury property there that were revealed in last October's Pandora Papers leak.
Under the agreement, an extra 2.6mn cubic metres per day of gas will arrive in Hungary’s south from the TurkStream pipeline up until the end of August.
The Hungarian government is seeking to attract the world's leading EV battery producers and suppliers to diversify dependence on traditional vehicle manufacturing.
New trade opportunities expected for Republika Srpska after Bosnian Serb politicians block imposition of sanctions over Ukraine invasion.
The CEEC platform, which was once called the 17+1, now has 14 members plus China.
Increasingly unorthodox policies from Erdogan administration unlikely to restore macroeconomic stability, says rating agency.
Gunman randomly shot passers-by on the street including children before being shot dead by police.
Support for nuclear power has surged in Germany as the government ponders how to keep the lights and heating on this winter while meeting demand from industry, despite likely vastly reduced imports of Russian gas.
LSE-listed Entain acquires Croatian gaming and sportsbook operator SuperSport Group in a deal that values the company at €920m.
The Kremlin has now banned companies in the financial, fuel and energy sectors from leaving the country.
Failure to make the up-front payment may result in disruption of gas supplies in the first days of September.
Hungary's MOL group pays for Transneft's transit fee to Ukrtransnafta, ending cut-off caused by 'administrative glitch'.
Justice officials say it was probable that Shahram Poursafi was attempting to avenge US killing of Iranian ‘Shadow Commander’ Qasem Soleimani.
The United States is to send Ukraine financial assistance totalling $5.5bn. This includes $4.5bn for urgent budgetary needs and $1bn in military support.
Actor who calls himself a “son of the Balkans” plans to set up film and music studios in North Macedonia’s capital to shoot Hollywood-calibre movies.