Bayraktar T2B said to have destroyed Russian-made howitzer in separatist-controlled area. Russia says uses of battlefield technology risks destabilising conflict situation.
Visit took place at a low point in relations between Vilnius and Beijing, with the latter vehemently opposing attempts to recognise Taiwan internationally.
Poland plans to more than double the size of its military to at least 250,000 troops, the country’s defence ministry said.
Kiril Petkov, seen as a contender to become Bulgaria’s next prime minister, was found to have broken the law by holding dual citizenship while serving as caretaker minister.
Valuation of Mercury Retail, which owns Red & White and the Bristol food retail chain, could be as high as $20bn-25bn.
Government made move amid fresh wave of lira depreciation that took currency to just short of 10 to the dollar.
Ridgecrest terminated talks on a possible takeover of Romanian low-cost airline Blue Air, but the airline still plans to press ahead with a London IPO in 2022.
The SPB100 Index has been launched on the St Petersburg-based SPB Exchange. Trading started yesterday in the index that records the performance of prime stockpicks from Europe, America and Asia in the portfolios of Russian retail investors.
As recovery continues, Slovenia is running up against the constraints of shortages of raw materials, intermediate products and skilled workers, central bank warns.
Government agencies and Kazakh-Chinese companies are using the pandemic to shield themselves from scrutiny.
As Moldova struggles to strike a new natural gas deal with Russia’s Gazprom, Chisinau has mandated state-owned company Energocom to buy additional gas from EU countries.
Visit is symbolic of the resurgence of links between the countries and Taiwan, and the downgrading of ties with China.
Officials urge people to observe restrictions and get vaccinated as infections rise sharply.
Meeting between Bosnian Serb leader and Serbian president held after rising tensions in Bosnia following Milorad Dodik's announcement that Serbs would withdraw from joint state-level institutions.
Hungarian election campaign starts early as Orban warns of Soros-led plot to return puppet master Gyurcsany to power.
The board of the Central Bank of Russia resolved to increase the key interest rate by 75 basis points to 7.5% at the policy meeting of October 22, making a hawkish move that surprised the market.
Move may prove to be nothing more than rhetoric. An election is not far off and Erdogan, under pressure on many fronts, is floundering in the opinion polls.
It is likely that it is just the second registered finding of such a phenomenon in the world this century – and the last one was also in Estonia.
Russian insurance company Renaissance Insurance Group announced the final price for its initial public offering (IPO) on Moscow Exchange of RUB120 ($1.69) per ordinary shares and completed its IPO on October 21.
Ruling PNL party plans to form a minority cabinet with the support of the ethnic Hungarian UDMR, and without their former partners, the USR.