Changes in electoral system will boost smaller parties and could make it even more difficult for Prime Minister Andrej Babis to put together a new governing coalition.
Lorinc Meszaros is now worth $1.4bn, according to Forbes, as Fidesz-linked oligarchs benefit from government contracts and deals.
Erdogan calls demonstrators “terrorists” and says another “Gezi”, in which mass protests broke out in 2013, will not be allowed.
The US may be prepared to enter talks with Germany on easing its sanctions on Nord Stream 2, signalling that the Biden administration may have resigned itself to the fact that the Russian pipeline will be completed.
Thousands of protesters took to the streets in central Moscow following a court decision to sentence anti-corruption activist and opposition politician Alexei Navalny to 2.8 years in jail on February 2.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy has signed the decree that imposes special economic sanctions on the Novyny news media holding that belongs to Viktor Medvedchuk, the head of the Political Council of the Opposition Platform, For Life Party.
Annual Wolf Theiss survey shows private equity investors are expected to take advantage of post-COVID business environment.
US investor Michael Calvey's embezzlement trial begins despite the resolution to the commercial dispute between partners
Banks sought to recover €418.5mn after they were forced to convert all Swiss franc loans to euros at the rate in force when the loans were granted back in 2015.
A Russian court passed a sentence on anti-corruption activist and opposition politician Alexei Navalny of 2.8 years in jail at a closely watched hearing in Moscow on February 2 for breaking the parole terms of a suspended sentence.
Anti-corruption activists argue asset declaration system needs to have real teeth and include relatives.
Critics ridicule use of Chinese-owned teenage dancing social network to try to reach anti-vaxxers.
NGOs have appealed to the Albanian government to scrap plans to build the new Vlora airport in a protected area, while the opposition has slammed the proposed extension of the concession for Tirana International Airport.
At the end of October the two largest shareholders of Kazakh mining giant Kaz Minerals announced a massive GBP3bn all cash buyout offer to minority shareholders, as they want to take the company private.
New president, the populist Sadyr Japarov, was last October busted out of prison where he was serving sentence stemming from kidnapping linked to protests against Canadian-owned Kumtor gold mine.
Hungary, which also fast-tracked approval of Russia's Sputnik V, will be the first country in the EU to allow the use of Sinopharm.
Russian police detained a record number of demonstrators at the second mass protests in support of the jailed opposition activist Alexei Navalny on January 31 as thousands took to the streets in freezing sub-zero temperatures.
Stoligarch billionaire Arkady Rotenberg, who has known President Putin since he was 12 years old, claims he is the owner of "Putin's Palace"
Deal with French and Chinese companies paves the way for metro construction in Serbia’s capital, the largest European city without a rapid transit system.