PiS is campaigning heavily before the October 13 general election in Poland that the incumbent party hopes to win big in order to secure the domination it gained in 2015.
Moldovan central bank says move is in line with international regulations against money laundering and terrorism financing, but officials in the breakaway republic suspect a political motive too.
Hungarian banks reported near-record profit in the first half spurred by an upswing in lending, but the branch of networks continued to shrink, central bank data showed.
Decision to make controversial interior minister the new prime minister set to fuel tensions in the run-up to next year's general election.
Bosnia's first pride parade was attended by thousands, going beyond the organisers’ expectations that only around 500 people would participate.
Bosnia has been without a government since the October 2018 elections, as deep divisions over its relationship with Nato have kept party leaders from forming a coalition.
Among those released in the first concrete move towards ending the conflict between the two countries were Ukrainian film director Oleg Sentsov and the 24 sailors captured by Russia during a naval clash in the Kerch Strait in November.
It took Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy three working days to do what former president Petro Poroshenko failed to do over several years. Ukraine’s Anti-Corruption Court started work on September 5, as planned.
To continue with catching up to the west, Hungary’s growth needs to outpace the EU average of 2%, says central bank governor Gyorgy Matolcsy.
Flagship carrier cuts revenue forecast by $0.6bn and passenger volume expectation by 4mn. Difficulties include serious teething problems at Turkey’s new mega airport.
Fox says there was a "clear failure by the Kosovo government" to protect its rights over the Malesheva quarry.
Decision came shortly after a fund owned by Nat Rothschild took control over Avia Invest, which holds the concession, from an unknown owner represented by Ilan Shor, the visible beneficiary of Moldova's $1bn bank frauds.
Many ordinary Kazakhs who see the Chinese as an economically invasive force of no benefit to them want Kassym-Zhomart Tokayev to cancel his upcoming visit to Beijing.
Viktor Orban's track record in hollowing out democratic institutions and weakening the rule of law likely put pressure on the new European Commission president not to go ahead with nomination of Hungarian ex-justice minister Laszlo Trocsanyi.
The break-up of Romania's governing coalition increases political uncertainty ahead of a busy electoral calendar and amid a backdrop of rising macroeconomic imbalances.
Ukrainian Prime Minister Oleksiy Honcharuk expects that Ukraine's GDP will grow by 5% in 2020, and over the next five years the government will ensure that the economy grows by "at least 40%"
Hong Kong Stock Exchange Listing committee has given the green light to Czech consumer lender Home Credit of Czech billionaires Petr Kellner and Jiri Smejc to IPO on the exchange, daily E15.cz reported on September 2.
The European Anti-Fraud Office carried out the highest number of investigations in Hungary among EU members last year and closed the most cases with recommendations.
Russian oil major Rosneft claims that state oil pipeline operator Transneft has failed to resolve all the issues with chlorine contaminated oil, Reuters reported on September 3 citing the announcement of Russia's largest crude oil producer.
Veterinary medicine company with two centuries of history in England moves analytical testing operations abroad as part of its preparations for a hard Brexit.