Six years of real income stagnation have caused a small revolution in Russia’s retail sector as more companies are experimenting with fixed price hard discount offers to boost revenues at the cash desk.
Bucharest is struggling to marry the EU’s calls for green projects and digitalisation with Romania’s needs for motorways and gas distribution networks.
Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelenskiy’s popularity has recovered slightly in the polls following several months of action by the president but those of his Servant of the People party are still sliding
German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas said he is opposed to new sanctions on Russia and that they would not help jailed anti-corruption activist and opposition politician Alexei Navalny, who is serving a two-year sentence on fraud charges.
Officials make move partly as an attempt to save country’s tourism industry from second straight year of devastating losses.
Yesilyurt case, in which only four of 47 party members who went to Germany for a study trip returned, exposes scandal.
Low cost carrier has a limit of up to $750mn approved by the Turkish Capital Markets Board.
Socialist leader Edi Rama could be heading for historic third term, but with only around one third of the ballot boxes counted there is still time for the picture to change.
The options for forming a government after Bulgaria's April 4 general election have narrowed as There Are Such People's nominee for PM chess champion Antoaneta Stefanova will immediately return the mandate.
MPs attempted to change the composition of the Constitutional Court after it approved President Maia Sandu’s request for snap elections.
Former Russian prime minister and president Dmitry Medvedev offered the US an olive branch in the form of an opinion piece about the Cuban missile crisis.
Belarus' President Alexander Lukashenko made his big announcement on April 24, but it wasn't about merging Russia and Belarus as some had suspected. Lukashenko will change the rules of succession and give more power to the Security Council.
Pro-Russian president accused of confusing the government's message to its Nato and EU allies.
Russian President Vladimir Putin and his US counterpart Joe Biden could meet in June for a mooted summit, but the final decision will depend on many factors, Kremlin Aide Yuri Ushakov said in an interview with the Rossiya-1 TV channel on April 23.
Billionaire's conglomerate blocked from receiving investment subsidies and may have to repay aid received since 2017.
At this stage either the ruling Socialists or the main opposition parties could come out on top.
Massive fallout with Washington could “cause the Turkish economy to tank”, says analyst. US formal declaration “is a matter of truth, historical justice and security to the Republic of Armenia”, says Armenian PM.
PM Boyko Borissov’s Gerb party handed back the mandate to form a government after it failed to find coalition partners.
Jailed anti-corruption activist and opposition politician Alexei Navalny has ended his hunger strike after three weeks and agreed to take a vitamin treatment offered to him by prison doctors, Navalny said in a social media post.
In the morning of April 22 it looked like Russia was revving up to start WWIII by invading Ukraine. By the end of the day Russian President Vladimir Putin was holding out the hand of co-operation in a global effort to beat the climate crisis.