Prague expels 63 staff from Russian Embassy as tit-for-tat expulsions escalate.
Russia’s Defence Minister Sergei Shoigu says the military exercises along Ukraine’s border have been completed and has ordered all the troops back to barracks, starting on April 23 and being completed by May.
As Russian President Vladimir Putin was at the lectern giving his annual State of the Nation speech on April 21 crowds began to gather on the central square in Vladivostok to answer the Team Navalny call for nation-wide demonstrations.
Prague threatens to cut Russian Embassy to just five diplomats in escalation of the country's worst row with Moscow since the Velvet Revolution.
Analyst says comments meant for domestic audience as well and that there are no credible military threats to “back up rhetoric” reminiscent of “Saddam Hussein”.
One person was killed and four others injured in a shooting in the city of Elbasan, four days before Albanians vote in the April 25 general election.
Officials say previous governments gave out apartments and loans to magistrates and political figures at a total cost of around €25mn.
Russia’s leading timber and paper group Segezha Group set the price range for its upcoming IPO on the Moscow Exchange (MOEX) and announced strong results for the first quarter of this year on April 21.
However, rating agency says the potential for the three Southeast European states to make “full and timely use” of the EU funding is “relatively low”.
Since 2013 Hungary has slid 36 places, and it now lags behind countries like Albania and Moldavia, according to Reporters Without Borders.
Issue to help Bosnia’s smaller entity to cover its budget deficit after Bosnia failed to secure a new IMF agreement, but concerns raised over hike in indebtedness.
The European Union has downgraded its estimate of the number of Russian troops from 150,000 to 100,000, after European Union's top diplomat Josep Borrell admitted he had made a mistake at a press conference on April 19.
With little chance of getting cabinet headed by Gerb’s Daniel Mitov approved, attention focussed on Borissov’s leg injury and scanty attire.
Way paved for release of opposition leader and electoral and judicial reforms.
Bulgaria reported a consolidated budget deficit of €335.7mn in the first quarter of 2021 and will have to borrow to patch the gap later this year.
Supporters of jailed anti-corruption activist and opposition politician Alexei Navalny called for the next big anti-government demonstration on April 21, the same day as Russian President Vladimir Putin gives a State of the Nation Speech.
Since Russian residential developer Samolet Group listed on the Moscow Exchange (MOEX) in October last year with a valuation of $721mn a lot has happened. Surprisingly most of it has been good.
Social media was buzzing with speculation after Belarus' President Alexander Lukashenko said that he was going to announce a “principled” decision of the last quarter century this week on April 17.
Jailed anti-corruption activist and opposition politician Alexei Navalny is close to death as he goes into his 19th day of a hunger strike in prison and the Russian authorities try to ban his organisation as "extremist."
After previously denying it, Azerbaijan now says that Armenia fired Russian-made rockets during last year’s war. And now they’re trying to make things difficult for Moscow.