Cabinet fires GarPok director allegedly for attempt to pay to all green energy producers
Politicians from both parties say they will try to form a government as exit polls indicate a very tight race.
Warsaw mayor Rafal Trzaskowski tried to block the march in court but was overridden by the government’s decision to make the march a state event.
Besa leader called the police after party member Kastriot Rexhepi failed to turn up for crucial vote — but Rexhepi later appeared in a Facebook video claiming to be “fine and in good health”.
Belarus' President Alexander Lukashenko threatened to cut off gas transit to Europe through his country by shutting down the Yamal-Europe pipeline if the EU imposes new sanctions on the country.
Disappearing glaciers leading to a loss of meltwater, leaving beekeepers high and dry.
The EU accused Belarus' President Alexander Lukashenko of running a “gangster state” and is preparing fresh sanctions ahead of a meeting of the foreign council on November 15.
Deputy PM says climate in Central Asia changing twice as fast as in other regions due to the drying up of the Aral Sea.
Ahead of harsh winter, 4,000 to 5,000 people from Afghanistan are crossing Iranian border daily says humanitarian NGO.
Influential international leaders including German Chancellor Angela Merkel reportedly contacted Zaev to urge him not to step down before summit.
National Bank of Romania increased the refinancing rate to 1.75%, against consensus expectations for a steeper tightening of the monetary stance.
Lithuania’s parliament declared a state of emergency at the country’s border with Belarus on November 9. It has closed the border to prevent migrants seemingly deployed by Minsk crossing.
Consumer prices in Hungary rose 6.5% y/y in October, their fastest rate since 2012.
Relations between upstream and downstream Central Asian countries can be tense. This won’t help.
Group will book €1.6bn loss on transaction. Market value of Yapi Kredi has tumbled in recent years amid Turkey’s economic turmoil.
Anonymous sender slams prosecutors for failing to take action over drawer full of €500 bills and gold bars.
The owner of the Kyiv Post, Ukraine’s oldest and best known English language newspaper, has been “temporarily” closed after 26 years of publishing and its entire staff sacked on November 8.
US Deputy Assistant Secretary of State Gabriel Escobar said he agreed with members of Bosnia's tripartite presidency there will be no repeat of ethnic clashes, despite recent hike in tensions.
Rating agencies estimate that major projects to be completed in coming years might increase company’s Ebitda by more than 50% and contribute to the issuer’s deleveraging.
Hundreds of migrants stormed the Polish border with Belarus where they confronted guards on November 8 in the biggest clash yet, orchestrated by the Lukashenko regime to punish the EU for sanctions imposed on Belarus.