Readers saw black screens and newspaper pages as independent media confront new threat.
Recent rise in infections raises fears of a new wave of the virus.
Leading Russian telecoms company MegaFon has set up a joint venture, Digital Holding, with Uzbekistan’s biggest mobile phone company Ucell and will invest $100mn to enter the country’s telecoms market.
Independent pollster the Levada Center conducted a wide-ranging poll probing Russians’ perceptions of President Vladimir Putin’s probity in the wake of the release of activist Alexey Navalny’s “Putin’s Palace” video.
Budapest court upholds decision by regulators not to renew Klubradio's licence for alleged "repeated offences".
Rising demand for iron lifted the production at the Metalloinvest group that belongs to Russian metal’s magnate Alisher Usmanov, the company reported at the start of February.
Faced with a wave of mass protests the Kremlin has announced a social package of spending worth RUB500bn ($6.7bn) to reduce the number of disaffected before the elections.
Florin Citu's government to defer pension hike and cut expenditures to meet 7%-of-GDP deficit target in 2021 budget.
Eurostandard Bank's owner among four suspected of money laundering and causing the bankruptcy of the bank, whose licence was with drawn in 2020.
Brokers anticipate this year will see banks take possession of great number of tourism industry assets left high and dry by virus-hit 2020.
13 Montenegrins, Russians and Serbs were found guilty of plotting a coup to coincide with the October 2016 general election.
The EU’s foreign policy chief Josep Borrell was slated by critics for failing to hold Russia to account over the jailing of anti-corruption activist and opposition politician Alexei Navalny and handing the Kremlin PR gifts during his visit.
COVID-19 lockdowns hit income as Raiffeisen raises provisioning ahead of pandemic's after effects.
Ukraine’s pro-Russian parties launched an impeachment process against Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy on February 3, the day after the president closed down TV stations associated with the party.
Getting the 12 national projects to work has become an existential problem for the Kremlin, and they are not working. So the government has launched a revamp that it hopes will re-energise the programme.
Ousting of Democratic Party of Socialists after 30 years in power followed by replacement of police management, arrests of former ministers and plans to remove chief special prosecutor.
Latest offer also does not represent good value for shareholders says investor. If copper price rises further, viability of deal may be harmed.
Moldova Agroindbank picks Giorgi Shagidze, CFO at Georgian TBC Bank at the time of its 2014 LSE listing.
The CEO of Ukraine’s national gas company Naftogaz, Andriy Kobolev, has started the process of separating the gas company from Ukraine’s leading oil company Ukrnafta as the battle between the state and the oligarchs heats up.
Russia's largest crude oil producer, state-controlled Rosneft, signed a collaboration agreement with British Petroleum on supporting carbon management and sustainability activities of both companies.