Slovak tests found that the vaccine shipment differed from the doses sent for testing to the EMA and to The Lancet.
Government under fire for not restricting movement over Easter despite spike in infections last month.
Tajik Rahmon administration has long been wary of Tehran exporting Islamic Revolution to inhabitants opposed to Soviet-legacy rule.
PM Zdravko Krivokapic blamed former President Milo Djukanovic's party for the incident involving a group of people who were travelling to the capital Podgorica to join a protest against the government.
Speculation that Borissov plans to quit politics after his Gerb party failed to win enough votes to form the next government.
The scale of the current crisis may be making IFIs rethink their longstanding policy of uncritically relaying Turkmen government data.
The Russian ruble lost 2% on April 7, falling to a five-month low of RUB77.7 vs the dollar as the market was unnerved by the biggest military build-up so far of Russian forces on the Ukrainian border.
Andrej Babis sacrifices another scapegoat as his government struggles to handle one of the worst COVID-19 epidemics in Europe and his poll ratings continue to slide.
Strike grounded flights at Albania’s only operational international airport as air traffic controllers protested against layoffs and pay cuts.
His Yildiz Holding has since 2018 restructured its debts several times. In food, its businesses include Godiva Chocolatier, Pladis Global and SOK.
Showman-turned-politican Trifonov, whose party is the second largest in the new parliament, has so far given no hint as to his plans after Sunday’s election.
Latter bans tourist flights to the former. Iranian deputy minister angered by relaxation of restrictions over Nowruz holidays.
Spending on Chinese university more than the entire funding of Hungary’s higher education sector in 2019.
Many epidemiologists have warned that it is too early to lift restrictions as Hungary continues to report the worst fatality rates on the globe per 1mn inhabitants.
PM Zdravko Krivokapic caught between need to prove his government’s pro-EU orientation and the hardline Democratic Front that appointed Justice Minister Vladimir Leposavic.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy urged Nato to speed up his country's membership in the alliance on April 6, saying it was the only way to end fighting with pro-Russia separatists.
Romgaz seeks to buy ExxonMobil's stake in the Neptun Deep offshore gas field.
Just under a third (29%) of Russians consider the jailing of anti-corruption activist and opposition politician Alexei Navalny as unjust, while half (48%) approve of the decision, according to independent pollster the Levada Center.
Coffee chain to join KFC, Wendy’s and Baskin Robbins among big Western names on Tashkent city streets. Russia’s Shokoladnitsa and Black Star Burger have also arrived.
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, Polish premier Mateus Morawiecki and former Italian interior minister Matteo Salvini fail to achieve breakthrough at first meeting.