The practice is “still systematic and massive” says Uzbek-German Forum for Human Rights.
Tensions in the Sea of Azov have been growing steadily all year, with the sea becoming a new front between the two adversaries that has opened up since the completion of the Kerch bridge earlier this year.
Millionaire behind car dealerships chain arrested after complaints mount up.
Sturgeon catch is the highest since records began, leading to an expected dip in red caviar prices.
Janez Jansa, former prime minister and leader of the largest party in the Slovenian party, accused the two journalists of prostituting themselves.
Fund advises changes to macroeconomic policies that create excessive demand pressures in country back on the radar of international investors.
Opposition lawmaker protests that Albayrak is “playing with fire by trying to lower interest rates via fiddling with the Treasury auctions”.
Fitch Ratings upgraded the International Investment Bank’s (IIB) long-term credit rating to BBB+ with a stable outlook
Russia's Novatek completes Yamal LNG plant one year ahead of schedule
In January 2019 the Russian government will start an experiment with the new self-employed fiscal status in Moscow, the Moscow and Kaluga regions and Tatarstan.
Joint press conference given by EU foreign and enlargement commissioners and Turkish foreign minister quickly turns tense.
Amendment passed by ruling party effectively cancelled a key element of the reform of the judiciary that had the European Commission sue Warsaw in the EU’s top court — but suggested a return to its reforms “next time”.
Politically motivated tariffs introduced after Pristina's bid to join Interpol failed due to Serbian pressure on member countries to vote against Kosovo's membership.
Rows over the rights to oil and gas reserves near the divided island are ratcheting up tensions.
Almazbek Atambayev says he will seek to rein in Sooranbai Jeenbekov, the successor critics wrongly thought would turn out to be no more than a stooge.
Iranian foreign minister responds to US president’s move to stand by Riyadh despite brutal killing which the CIA has briefed was ordered by the Saudi crown prince.
Serb nationalist politician is the new holder of Bosnia’s rotating tripartite presidency despite advocating for the breakup of the country.
Pre-trial detention of the pro-Kurdish HDP party politician has so far lasted two years. Erdogan claims ECHR ruling is not binding.
Collapse of rial in face of US sanctions has made country’s fixed-price fuel attractive on regional black markets.
Eyebrows raised as tycoon’s foundation agrees to acquire in-default debt ahead of highly competitive November 28 vote faced by his favoured candidate.