Analysts are expecting Hungary’s economy to post a record 7% FY growth or even higher as the main drivers of growth are expected to remain strong.
USR-PLUS accuses Citu of planning to misuse public money through the €10bn public investment plan.
Borut Pahor warns failure to launch accession talks with Albania and North Macedonia will lead to rising nationalism and influence from ‘third countries’ in the region.
Alar Karis was elected as president at the second attempt as the only candidate on the ballot.
Despite being the poorest country in Nato, Albania was quick to agree to a US request to take Afghan refugees after the Taliban took over the country.
Police say their court-approved snooping was wholly justified.
European officials aware that 2015 migrant crisis reshaped global politics quick to offer Afghanistan’s neighbours millions to at least temporarily host people who have fled the Taliban.
Kira Yarmysh, the spokeswoman of jailed anti-corruption activist and opposition politician Alexei Navalny, has fled Russia,as the free press publish an appeal to the Kremlin to "return to sanity" in the face of a campaign of repression.
Eggs of Artemia extensively used in aquaculture as they can be hatched on demand to provide live feed for larval fish and crustaceans.
PSD leader puts no-confidence motion on hold but says if “millions of Romanians” take to the streets Florin Citu’s government would be overthrown.
The agreement, to be signed at the end of September and coming into force from October 1, will be in force for 10+5 years.
Any additional refugees coming into Turkey will further damage the popularity of president Erdogan in a country under heavy economic pressure, points out Fadi Hakura.
Ivan Ranchev, 41, was killed on the spot by a bolt of lightning shortly after a friendly match against the team from a nearby village started.
Centre-right coalition nominates director of the Estonian National Museum after tiring of liberal President Kersti Kaljulaid's outspoken comments.
The government is facing the necessity of introducing curbs in regions with the lowest ratio of inoculations, which are also its electoral strongholds.
Culture of research and international funding that began with the demise of the first Taliban government could quickly disappear under the second, academics worry.
NGO finds dozens of methane leaks, including next to children’s playground.
Montenegrins are divided over plan to inaugurate Metropolitan Bishop Joanikije II as head of the Serbian Orthodox Church in the historic capital Cetinje.
More than a 1,000 people evacuated from nearby settlements. It is the country’s second such incident in two years.
NGOs, opposition politicians and local residents have raised concerns about the potential environmental impact of the project that will turn Serbia into a major producer of the metal critical to the green transition.