Agriculture to suffer but other sectors would benefit, as temperatures in Czechia are set to continue rising faster than the global average.
Remarks to European Parliament come as bloc moves towards possible imposition of sanctions on Ankara over east Mediterranean drilling rights dispute.
Russia’s anti-corruption blogger and opposition activist Alexei Navalny is out of his coma, off the ventilator and said on September 14 that he wants to go home to Russia in his first post on social media since being poisoned.
About a third of Russians (37%) consider Russia a great power, another 29% think that the country will become one again in the next 15-20 years, according to the state owned pollster, the Russian Public Opinion Research Centre (VTsIOM).
The fact that there was such a high share of early votes cast in the September 13 elections raised concerns of vote rigging.
Polish mines will go on strike unless a deal is reached over Poland’s path to reduce the use of coal in its power sector, the country’s powerful mining unions said on September 14.
Number of passengers dropped by 90% when travel restrictions were introduced but rail operator wasn't able to cut costs sufficiently, said Ceske Drahy chairman and CEO Vaclav Nebesky.
Allegro says it hopes to raise PLN1bn (€224.9mn) from the IPO on the Warsaw Stock Exchange. It's set to become Poland’s biggest listed company and one of the biggest on the Warsaw bourse.
Embattled Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko flew to Sochi in Russia and met with Russian President Vladimir Putin to broker a rescue deal on September 14.
Businessman-turned-politician Vesselin Mareshki gets four-year sentence for extortion, claims he was “perfect victim” as Sofia seeks to improve its image on fighting corruption ahead of EU rule of law report.
The “smart voting” tactics promoted by anti-corruption blogger and opposition activist Alexei Navalny delivered a few successes in Russia’s regional elections held on September 13.
The first segment of the Romanian capital's fifth metro line is opening this week wth 10 stations, serving one of the city's biggest residential areas.
As second wave descends on Central Europe, debate rages in Prague over PM Andrej Babis’ handling of the pandemic, while Hungary's Viktor Orban insists containment measures won’t paralyse the economy.
Protests against Belarus’ self-appointed President Alexander Lukashenko continue to gather momentum. Protesters work to unmask and shame violent security officers online. Latest gathering blow to country’s dictator ahead of meeting with Putin.
Turkish president tells French counterpart “not to mess” with his country, adding “you’re going to have more problems with me”.
“You shall not pass!” chanted the shrieking women as the OMON riot police tried to push at least 20 women out of the way of a van full of detainees.
Poland, which still produces over 70% of its electricity by burning climate-warming coal and lignite, has to build a cleaner energy mix in the coming decades.
Critics say nomination of US government makes a mockery of the peace prize.
Says country’s external vulnerabilities are increasingly likely to crystallise in a balance of payments crisis, while its institutions appear unwilling or unable to effectively address the challenges.
Car production was up 10% y/y in July-August, driven by the boost in production at Ford's Craiova factory.