Nikola Gruevski is seeking political asylum in Hungary after being sentenced to two years in prison over the purchase of luxury Mercedes with state funds.
Use of American parts means company would require Washington waiver to go through with delivery. Iranians searching high and low for planes they can acquire.
The former prime minister and head of Batkivshchyna (Fatherland) party remained the frontrunner ahead of Ukraine’s forthcoming presidential election, a new poll showed.
Valuation of world’s top uranium producer at bottom of pricing range but listing celebrated as the first made in more than a decade by a Kazakh company.
Prime minister demands probe into banker Leszek Czarnecki's claim he was asked for a bribe in return for the KNF’s favourable approach to his banking businesses.
The research branch of international mobile operator association GSMA has released a report on the mobile economy in Russia and 11 neighbouring countries that found the digital economy and telecoms services are growing faster than the global average.
Ihor Pavlovskiy, the former aide to Poroshenko Bloc MP Mykola Palamarchuk, was arrested in connection with the horrific murder of civil society activist Kateryna Handzuik, who was doused with acid and died of her wounds on November 4.
Erdogan reportedly unconvinced that bin Salman should remain in power, Saudis blaming Ankara for “global revulsion” directed at kingdom.
The situation is starting to resemble winter 2013 when Boyko Borissov's first government resigned following mass protests against high electricity prices.
Local media reports claim construction of two new blocks at the Paks nuclear facility may only be completed in 2032, five to six years behind schedule.
Russian gas giant Gazprom borrowed €3.5bn abroad in August-October 2018, but has not announced it publicly given the sanctions environment, Interfax and Vedomosti reported citing financial reports of the company.
President Iohannis slams Romanian government’s lack of preparation as European affairs minister quits less than two months before Bucharest takes up the EU Council presidency.
Police were unable to locate Nikola Gruevski, who was sentenced over the use of state funds to buy a €600,000 luxury Mercedes.
Economy swings to a positive September figure of $1.83bn from a $4.4bn deficit a year ago. Country experiencing painful hard landing.
Pro-Russian politicians join forces in Opposition Platform For Life ahead of 2019 elections, but fail to secure the support of billionaire Rinat Akhmetov.
While the PiS-led and the far-right parts of the march were officially separated by a buffer zone, the government is seen as pandering to the far-right in an attempt to give the celebrations more weight.
The self-declared Donetsk and Luhansk People’s Republics elected their heads of government and council members on November 11 with predictable results.
Independents saw their fortunes improve in Slovakia's November 10 municipal elections. The people are fed up with the negative politics of confrontation.
The two self proclaimed republics elected new heads of state and parliaments in a vote condemned by Kyiv and the international community.
Laszlo Szijj has acquired Kozgep, the construction company of former Fidesz cashier turned Orban critic Lajos Simicska, who exited his businesses interests after the April general election.