Tobias Zech stepped down following media reports that he took cash for lobbying for North Macedonia’s former prime minister Nikola Gruevski in 2016.
Protesters express anger against tighter restrictions and vaccinations as well as a broad range of local issues in Southeast European cities.
Rozhkova, who spearheaded the highly successful clean-up of the banking sector in recent years, has been charged in connection with the Privatbank nationalisation.
The Board of the Central Bank of Russia has surprised market analysts by announcing a pre-emptive 25 basis point hike to the key interest rate, to 4.5%, to combat inflation threats. This is the first time it has raised the rate since December 2018.
The war of words that broke out between Russia and the US following President Joe Biden’s affirmation he thinks Russian President Vladimir Putin is a “killer” continued on March 18 with Putin saying “takes one to know one.”
At this time of year, he is usually out and about taking part in Nowruz festivities. But it is his son Rustam Emomali who is presiding over events.
For the EPP, Fidesz's resignation is a relief as the party has long been an embarrassment for the grouping.
After weeks of street protests and counter-protests, a deal is struck for an early poll.
Svetlana Tikhanovskaya is calling for online talks between self-appointed President Lukashenko's regime and the opposition.
Over 4,000 COVID-19 cases daily are being reported in Bulgaria, Romania and Serbia, putting hospitals under strain.
Subsidiary PSNA admitted making illicit gains from payments made to Unaoil to secure contracts in chemical, petrochemical, oil and gas industries.
Czech-owned consumer lending group adapts to COVID-19 by shifting to smaller loans and pushing digitilisation.
Construction of Block 3 at Kostolac B is the biggest project in Serbia's energy sector for three decades but has been slow to complete.
Plan could also involve state energy group CEZ, which wants to use domestic lithium deposits.
Porsche recently upped its stake in Rimac Automobili from 15.5% to 24% after investing an additional €70mn.
The ruble sold off heavily on March 17 after US President Joe Biden said that Russian President Vladimir Putin is a killer in an interview.
As the heating season is close to ending Ukraine is still importing large amounts of power from Belarus, despite a promise to break its connection to the Belarusian and Soviet era grid.
Tashkent regional chief’s investment presentation to president turns out to be a rather dodgy construction.
President Sandu has a good chance of either getting Ion Grosu backed by parliament or forcing early elections after rival candidate made surprise move to London.
Blue-chip BET index closed the March 16 trading session at 10,844 points, beating the previous record set in 2007.