Milos Zeman's health problems could postpone creation of new government for several weeks – even if he does not try to create obstacles.
Protests follow ruling by the Constitutional Tribunal that the Treaty of the European Union contravenes the Polish Constitution.
Sber (formerly known as Sberbank) became the most valuable bank in Europe on October 7. Previously the first place was held by the British HSBC, Russian media reported.
Measures on some products imported from Serbia imposed shortly after Belgrade and Pristina reached a temporary agreement to ease the crisis sparked by new rules for car number plates.
Billionaire populist Andrej Babis loses majority after his Social Democrat allies and the hardline Communists fail to enter parliament.
Russian media say group may be beyond Taliban’s control. Moscow says Russia stands ready to protect its ally from any incursion.
Politicians across the Western Balkans are looking at ways to ease the burden of inflation, in particular soaring energy costs, on their populations.
Polls show that frontrunner Klara Dobrev could become Hungary’s first serious female candidate for premier if it remains a three-person race, but the race could be a cliffhanger now she is running against one challenger.
Opposition Social Democrats say they will file criminal charges against Florin Citu, claiming he channeled the money to mayors who backed him in the National Liberal Party leadership election after losing confidence vote.
Prime Minister Andrej Babis remains the bookie's favourite but the outcome will depend on which small parties get into parliament.
The ruling is the most serious swipe by Poland at the EU’s legal order that Warsaw had subscribed to when joining the bloc in 2004 after years of negotiations.
Judge wins case against his transfer at CJEU, which says government's reforms damage judicial independence.
Moscow’s move comes amid high tensions as Iran, Azerbaijan and Turkey flex muscles with military exercises.
EU leaders reaffirmed their support for enlargement at summit in Slovenia, but they did not set any firm timeline.
Polish rate setters belatedly follow lead of Czech and Hungarian neighbours in reacting to rising inflation in Central Europe.
Natural gas prices in Europe took a dive on the afternoon of October 6, after Russian President Vladimir Putin hinted that Gazprom might release more supply onto the market.
New poll shows that conservative mayor Marki-Zay is closing the gap on Klara Dobrev and is now the second most popular candidate among opposition voters.
Infection rates in Russia have reached their highest level since January. There were 25,781 new cases on October 4, the highest the figure has been since there were 26,301 infections on January 2. October 4 also saw 883 deaths.
Since coming to power in Moldova, President Maia Sandu and her PAS have sought to remove Stoianoglo from his post as part of their cleanup of the judiciary.
Azerbaijan and close ally Turkey set to hold “Indestructible Brotherhood” military drills in Azerbaijani exclave Nakhchivan in seeming response to Iranian manoeuvres.