Some reports say Israel behind mission. Kyiv has previously warned Tehran there could be payback for its provision of kamikaze drones to Russia.
Video shows attacker breaking into guard post armed with Kalashnikov assault rifle. Baku not happy with Tehran's explanation of events.
Move might enable gold and silver miner to carve out its Russian business.
Civilian mission marks a new phase in the EU's engagement in the South Caucasus.
Restaurants that closed after sanctions on Russia hit supply chain are back in business with no brand on the door.
Fire broke out after one of the officers at the unit used a large amount of petrol to start a fire in a woodstove heating the barracks.
Word of rejected proposal comes as many Uzbeks shiver with no gas amid big winter freeze.
Continuous ‘three-month visa runs” no longer possible for draft dodgers from next week.
It plans to export 1.5mn tonnes of crude this way in 2023.
Jahangir Artykhodjayev reportedly detained at airport trying to leave country. Prosecutor General's Office ordered to examine officials’ lack of preparation for severe cold.
Analyst has warned “ambitious barter” in return for Iranian drones and probably missiles “manifests a grim calculus for the West”. It is facing a “more aggressive and hostile axis than ever”.
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development invested a record €13.1bn into its Emerging Europe and Eurasia region in 2022, the bank announced on January 12.
Endures 2022 without IPO, fails to attract enough domestic and foreign capital.
Investigators probe money laundering, tax evasion, unjustified enrichment and bribery allegations.
Russia will lose its majority stake in the Eurasian Development Bank (EDB) after the council of the Kazakhstan-based bank approved a redistribution of member states’ shares, according to a document seen by bne IntelliNews.
Franchisee banned by US parent corporation from purchasing Russian meat supplies. Alternative sourcing would apparently mean running business at a loss.
Making an example of group looks like attempt to put indefinite end to Kyrgyzstan’s periodic cycle of extra-parliamentary regime changes.
In a recent investigation, the Belarusian Investigative Centre has detailed how Belarusian wood working suppliers use Central Asian countries to circumvent EU sanctions.
Move appears to be response to arrest by Iranian regime of seven people with links to UK amid anti-government protests.