Belarusian Olympic sprinter Kristina Timanovskaya is seeking asylum in Europe after escaping from Belarusian government minders that were trying to force her to fly home on August 1, where she faces possible arrest and imprisonment.
CEE lender cites region’s outstanding resilience during the pandemic and the expected positive impact from the EU’s recovery fund.
Analysts widely suspect Iran and Israel are involved in an undeclared shadow war in which they carry out attacks on each other's vessels. This war appears to be escalating
President Vucic shows murder footage on national TV, vows to ‘cut off the head’ of drug mafia.
Heat intensity of infernos measured with satellite data reportedly four times higher than anything on record for the nation.
Yukos was once Russia’s biggest oil producer and briefly its most valuable company.
Clashes in the wake of last year’s Nagorno-Karabakh war have become more frequent in recent months.
After drought protests rock country, columnist takes officials to task for backing water-intensive rice farming in arid and semi-arid nation.
ITN deputy leader talks of ‘dirty game played by dirty people’ as potential coalition partners demand written guarantees before backing an ITN-led government.
Three countries founded the ‘mini-Schengen’ initiative to improve economic and regional cooperation in the Western Balkans after EU enlargement to the region stalled.
Meeting gives strong signal of support to opponents of Belarus’ authoritarian President Alexander Lukashenko.
Abramovich is suing British journalist Catherine Belton and her publisher HarperCollins over Belton’s 2020 book "Putin’s People".
Georgian Dream claims going into local elections with main opposition yet to sign the agreement would "would be harmful for Georgia’s interests".
A government backed by the three political newcomers in parliament and the Bulgarian Socialist Party is now looking likely.
Hungarian media reveal Gruevski set up his company in a Budapest suburb after fleeing North Macedonia to avoid serving a prison sentence.
Canadian mining company Gabriel Resources, which has a mining licence for Rosia Montana, sued the Romanian government after it asked for the area to be added to the UNESCO world heritage list.
Orthodox Christian priests participated in riot that caused cancellation of Tbilisi Pride, but research suggests homophobia is prevalent throughout Georgian society. Turkey ranked second most homophobic.
Montenegro’s state-owned companies have withdrawn deposits worth €13.1mn from local Prva Banka.
Unconfirmed reporting says that many of Emomali Rahmon’s relatives have been hospitalised with coronavirus symptoms in recent weeks.
Viktor Orban's government has refused to deny accusations that it used Israeli spyware to watch journalists and political opponents.