With one day left to pay $63mn gas bill, Moldovan Deputy PM Spinu claims 'change of attitude' by Russian gas giant since pro-EU government came to power in Chisinau.
The government had been in a state of crisis for months as the divisions between its members — ranging from pro-EU to far-right and pro-Russian — became harder to bridge.
US warns Belarus to keep its commitment to neutrality in wake of increasing Russian military presence along the Belarus-Ukraine border.
The US Secretary of State, Antony Blinken, announced America's support for Ukraine and warned Russia could attack “at very short notice” amidst the Russian military buildup on Ukraine’s borders
The DCA would allow the US airforce to use two Slovak military airports and potentially other facilities without a request of rental payment for a period of 10 years.
Unmanned aerial vehicles will be dual-use, with some civilian purposes. Flying drones has been banned in country since 2015.
Newly appointed prime ministers of both countries agree to a fresh approach as Skopje seeks to unblock its EU accession process.
The number of new COVID-19 cases in Poland jumped 72% week-on-week
Former president denies in video address that there is conflict among the country’s elite.
When Urtnasan Nyamjav sent drones to assess the blight, choking city dwellers wondered why they didn’t merit a visit.
The hacker group UNC1151 have been blamed for last weeks cyber-attack on Ukrainian government sites, but who are they?
€350mn bond issue and €225mn capital increase to finance relaunch of chemical production lines.
Three dead in attack near Abu Dhabi airport. Escalation of Yemen conflict could derail efforts to defuse Middle East tensions.
Not a word has been heard from ex-president since country was plunged into turmoil by unrest.
Bosnian Serb leader backs on withdrawal of Serbs from army and other state institutions under pressure from Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic.
Publicly charged with high treason on December 20, former President Petro Poroshenko has been abroad since then and is currently still in Warsaw. Kyiv’s Pechersk Court ruled in absentia on January 6 that Poroshenko’s assets should be seized.
Belarus hackers were behind the Ukraine cyberattack, it was announced as Russia arrests ransomware hacker at US request
Voting underway in Serbian referendum on constitution aimed at boosting independence of the judiciary, but MPs in Pristina vote to ban ethnic Serbs from voting on Kosovan territory.
A power outage illustrates in stark terms how much leverage Uzbekistan enjoys over its troubled neighbour to the south.
Revenge video submitted in contest to mark two-year anniversary of US killing of Iran’s then second most powerful official and most influential general, Qasem Soleimani.