Romania's two biggest parties are in talks on forming a broad coalition in an attempt to end the country's deepest political crisis in decades, but so far they have struggled to put aside their rivalry and find common ground.
Belarusian leader Alexander Lukashenko demanded that the EU recognise him as the legitimate President of Belarus and told German Chancellor Angela Merkel that the EU should withdraw its sanctions on his country during a telephone call on November 16.
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) has suspended making any new private sector investments into Belarus to synchronise its actions with Europe's efforts to increase pressure on Belarus' President Alexander Lukashenko.
Pace of construction said to have reached next level. But controversies at the building site have become a matter of everyday news for Turks.
Migrants stranded between Belarusian border guards and Poland’s border fence guarded by military and police began rioting on November 16 in what Polish authorities described as an “attack on Poland”.
MNB stepped up the pace of the tightening cycle from a 15 bps hike in the previous two meetings.
Azerbaijan and Armenia agree a ceasefire to end a large-scale Azerbaijani offensive against Armenian territory.
Hungarian legislation criminalising assistance to asylum-seekers violates European Union rules, says EU's top court.
The lira has crashed through psychologically important level of 10/$ following “continued obedience” of Turkish central bank to President Erdogan’s pressure for rate cuts.
Two feasibility studies published by the capital investment ministry indicate Montenegro’s previous government borrowed at least $140mn more than the first priority stretch of the Bar-Boljare motorway should have cost.
Shortages of doctors and nurses reported as latest wave of pandemic overwhelms Slovenian hospitals.
Owner AviAlliance confirmed reports that the consortium had received a revised, non-binding bid.
The move marks another ratcheting up of Poland's dispute with the EU, with the tribunal being asked to rule on whether the CJEU itself is breaching the EU treaty.
Tehran said to be expecting geopolitical payoff by giving up control of field that makes Iran holder of world’s biggest gas reserves.
In a surprise decision, the German Bundesnetzagentur, responsible for awarding the certification that would allow the controversial Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline, has suspended the process, killing off hopes for an early start to the pipeline's work.
Russia’s state-owned Rosneft has followed other oil and gas majors in reporting a surge in profits in the third quarter on the back of higher prices, with its CEO Igor Sechin predicting a “super cycle” in energy markets.
A list of people and entities to be hit by asset freezes and travel bans is expected to be finalised in the coming weeks.
Russia's largest lender Sber has sold its 36% stake in MF Technologies, which controls 57.3% of VK (former Mail.ru Group) for RUB12.8bn ($175mn) to Gazprombank.
EU foreign ministers in Brussels said on November 15 they will expand the scope of sanctions on Belarus in response to the migrant crisis on the border with Poland, where thousands of refugees are trapped in rapidly deteriorating conditions.
Cash-strapped farmers hit by soaring energy and fertiliser costs are demanding Edi Rama’s government rethink the 2022 budget to give them more support.