Zuzana Caputova, a lawyer and an environmental activist who has been nicknamed “Erin Brockovich”, won the first round of the Slovak presidential elections and will face Smer-SD's Maros Sefcovic in the runoff.
President Aleksandar Vucic targeted on second day of violence in Belgrade, after months of peaceful protest.
A bitter diplomatic row between Russia and neighbouring Belarus sparked on March 15 following an interview of Moscow's ambassador Mikhail Babich, who has accused President Alexander Lukashenko of using anti-Russian rhetoric
Trump administration nerves over climbing crude prices might prompt officials to tolerate more oil from Iran on the market than they wish to see.
The board of directors of Russian petrochemical major Sibur voted to pay a record-high dividend of RUB33.8bn ($0.5bn) for 2018, which would already include RUB11bn paid in 1H18 and leave RUB22.8bn to be distributed for 2H118, the company said on Mar
Kuciak is believed to have been killed in connection with his last article for Aktuality.sk covering alleged tax fraud connected to the luxury Five Star Residence in Bratislava. His murder was unprecedented in the modern history of Slovakia.
Temporary administrator said that it will launch a public call for a capital increase, which Dusko Knezevic, the subject of an international arrest order, claims is illegal.
Critics say landmark facility will cause logistical headaches in treating patients and may even worsen infection outbreaks.
Tashkent broker trades shares for foreign investor on nascent local stock market and repatriates proceeds in USD to Hong Kong.
Russia’s state-owned gas giant Gazprom will start filling the Power of Siberia natural gas pipeline that connects Russia to China from September 1, opening an entirely new market for Russian gas.
January output drop of 7.3% follows December’s 10%. Turkish professor worries more negative surprises are ahead for recession-hit country.
Fish is now a booming business in Russia and has attracted the attention of several oligarchs, who have invested in new fish farms.
Another corruption scandal has broken out for Ukraine’s embattled President Petro Poroshenko, only two weeks away from presidential elections, via a massive leak of hacked files that also implicate the president's friends.
The supervisory board of Ukraine's state-owned natural gas monopoly Naftogaz proposed the Cabinet of Ministers to extend a contract with the company's CEO Andriy Kobolev for one year, until March 22, 2020, according to a letter signed by board's head
Last year the three leading car makers Audi, Mercedes, Suzuki turned out a total of some 500,000 cars or 2.8% of the 19mn cars manufactured in the EU.
Other latest news: Ankara tries to keep lid on S-400 row ahead of elections. Money market funds ordered into deposits. Dollarization a growing risk to banks.
Bosnia’s rating could be raised in the next 12 months if a lasting government is formed and structural reforms are launched — but medium term growth hinges on Sarajevo unfreezing the country's IMF deal.
Fast fashion giant has also lined up retail space in Poland and the Czech Republic as it embarks on eastward expansion.
Talks in Budapest just a week before EPP parties are due to vote on whether expel Hungary's ruling right-wing Fidesz from its ranks.
Under pre-election pressure to explain how his country’s fortunes have sunk, strongman talks of “attacks in the dragon’s triangle of foreign currency, interest and inflation rates”.