Human Rights watchdog Amnesty International restored jailed anti-corruption activist and opposition politician Alexei Navalny’s Prisoner of Conscience status on May 7.
Investigation to be launched after businessman Stanislav Ilchovski alleged the prime minister Boyko Borissov was involved in extortion of money from businessmen.
EU politicians appear divided about whether progress of the two countries should be decoupled after Bulgaria dashed Skopje's hopes of launching accession talks.
Advocates General says disciplinary measures could damage judges’ independence by allowing the government to punish them for their rulings.
Russia has launched the one-shot Sputnik-Lite anti-coronavirus vaccine, on May 6, that it claims has a 79.4% efficacy, the Russian Direct Investment Fund (RDIF) said in a press release.
US Secretary of State Antony Blinken arrived in Kyiv to meet with President Volodymyr Zelenskiy and Ukraine’s top politicians in a show of solidarity in the face of Russian aggression.
Boyko Borissov denied accusations of links to extortion and torture made by businessman Svetoslav Ilchovski in damning testimony to parliament committee.
Valentin Inzko told the UN Security Council the challenge to Bosnia’s once multiethnic society is led by the Serb member of Bosnia's tripartite presidency, Milorad Dodik.
The Romania National Environmental Guard is investigating the killing of a large brown bear that activists allege was illegally shot by a Liechtenstein prince during a hunt in the Carpathian Mountains.
The Belarusian Prosecutor-General’s Office has indicted jailed presidential candidate Sergei Tikhanovsky and his associates with plotting mass riots ahead of presidential elections last August.
Flotation pipeline still producing new offerings.
Washington’s ban on Ankara acquiring F-35s is a major headache and armed drones are no substitute for manned fighter jets, says EDAM analyst.
Serbia is among the most advanced countries in Europe in terms of the share of the population already vaccinated but there are fears numbers could tail off amid anti-vaxxer sentiment.
Commissioner says she will discuss creating a media freedom act to protect media freedom as a 'pillar of democracy'.
Tour of the region is also aimed at supporting the Western Balkans countries’ EU integration processes.
No party in the fragmented parliament produced by the April 4 election managed to put together a majority.
Prosecutors are expected to accept Ilan Shor’s offer to help recover the stolen money in exchange for the termination of all lawsuits against him as Moldova urgently needs the money.
Ceasefire said to be holding after presidents speak on phone and calls for calm from Russia, EU and OSCE.
President Ilir Meta was one of the most vocal critics of Prime Minister Edi Rama ahead of the April general election.
Sber's ecosystem first-quarter revenues almost quadrupled their share of Russia's largest bank's 1Q21 revenues.