Commission asks questions about contracts granted to Hungarian strongman Viktor Orban's relatives and cronies.
Former president agrees to end protest after he was transferred from a prison hospital, where he claims he was being abused by fellow inmates and not receiving appropriate medical treatment.
A group of alleged Russian mercenaries was arrested and deported in Minsk in July 2021. Now, a report says that they were lured there by Ukrainian military intelligence in a brazen operation ultimately designed to bring them before a Ukrainian court.
Unvaccinated individuals will be allowed to enter only essential shops and will have to be tested for COVID-19 twice per week to enter their workplaces.
Compared to 2019 data, the number of passenger cars made dropped by 24.5% so far this year.
Deal now values Moneta at CZK90 per share in what PPF says is the "last possibility" for merger.
Radev took two-thirds of the votes in runoff, while fellow reformers in Change Continues party try to put together a coalition government.
Supporters of the ethnic-Turk DPS party could play a critical role in Sunday’s runoff between the incumbent President Rumen Radev and Gerb-backed Anastas Gerdzhikov.
The Russian president’s proposal was quickly knocked back by opposition-in-exile, which says Lukashenko must free political prisoners before any such talks can be considered.
Progress unlikely at upcoming EU Council meeting as Bulgarian politicians are still trying to reach a coalition deal following latest general election.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has accused the West of "escalating" military tensions by selling arms to Ukraine, holding unscheduled naval drills in the Black Sea and flying bombers near its borders in a speech on November 18.
Tensions on the Belarus-Polish border diminished as the first 500 refugees were flown home and most of the remainder were moved to a warehouse for food and shelter, but hundreds remained in the camp in the woods by the fence as night closed in.
Lira drops 6%. "How events unfold from here is extremely uncertain," says analyst.
Banks may be tested by the withdrawal of government help to companies, particularly as infection rates begin to soar again.
Ukraine’s state-owned Guaranteed Buyer (GarPok) that is responsible for paying power producers confirmed on November 16 it had delayed settling its green power debt with DTEK Renewables.
However, President Zeman could try to veto incoming Pirate Foreign Minister Jan Lipavsky in first big test for new premier Petr Fiala.
Poland drops from 118th to 61st in the global ranking of the countries with the highest risk to judicial independence, overtaking Hungary as the worst-performing country in the EU.
Djukanovic denied claim by Albanian oil businessman Rezart Taci that he had participated in an international money laundering scheme.
Aquila's debut was the largest IPO completed by a private company in Romania in the last four years.