US envoy Escobar says Pristina has two days to respond to US, EU demands or face consequences.
Upcoming IPO to be the largest in the history of Romania's capital market.
President Japarov appears most nervous of alleged plots that mirror how he himself came to power.
Tehran claims the Fattah could hit Israel within 400 seconds but at the same time is a “message of security” to the people of the Middle East.
Ukraine has called the EU and G7 to implement a new round of sanctions against Russia following the destruction of the Kakhovka dam in occupied Kherson on June 6.
CJEU rules PiS government’s judicial reform of 2019 constitutes a breach of the European Union legal order.
Government backed by Gerb-SDS and Change Continues-Democratic Bulgaria appointed after two months of tense negotiations.
Five EU member states bordering Ukraine will be allowed to keep some of their restrictions on imports of Ukrainian agricultural produce in place until September 15, the European Commission decided on June 5.
The massive Nova Kakhovka dam has been destroyed in the early hours of June 6, releasing a tidal wave of flood water that quickly swamped towns and villages downstream in southern Ukraine and triggered evacuation orders by local authorities.
US sanctions leading members of Russian intelligence-linked “malign influence group” suspected of trying to destabilise Moldova.
The Central Bank of Russia is worried that the Russian economy is overheating due to high levels of investment and rising consumption in a very tight labour market, the bank said in its monthly update.
Russia claims to have blunted a Ukrainian assault in Donetsk Oblast, but Kyiv says Moscow is sowing disinformation as Ukraine makes advances in Donbas, Reuters reported on June 5.
German Chancellor Olaf Scholz shocked observers after he put down hecklers at a speech in Berlin, delivering a fiery speech that condemned Russian President Vladimir Putin as a “warmonger” and a “murderer” on June 3.
Prime Minister Viktor Orban attended the inauguration ceremony of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on June 3, the only representative of an EU member country to do so. No information was released on the informal talks between the two leaders.
The march followed intense weeks in Polish politics, marked by the Law and Justice (PiS) government’s missteps, which echoed at home and abroad, and likely fuelled the turnout at the rally, the biggest in Poland’s history since communism.
How much market orthodoxy Turkish strongman can swallow is now the question.
The commando battalion deployed to address mounting tensions in the region.
Benchmarks are painfully high as SOFR remains above the 5%-level, compared to the 0.05% seen in October 2021, while 12-month Euribor is testing the 4%-level, compared to the minus 0.5% recorded in October 2021.
The sector is bracing for more losses in 2023, according to the retail association OKSZ.
The government slapped a 13% tax on savings and set minimum levels for investment funds' holdings of government bonds. Banks can also cut windfall tax if they increase purchases of local government bonds.