News channel's director live streamed Robert Fico's speech to party meeting on public holiday without informing broadcaster's director-general.
As Iranians prepare to take on England in FIFA World Cup, authorities will be nervous about any signs of solidarity with protests shown by players.
Thousands turn out in protest against return to paper ballots that is expected to make it easier to buy votes and rig elections.
The missile was shot down over Kyiv on November 17. Upon inspection, it was revealed that the KH-55 missile was initially intended to carry a nuclear warhead, but this had been removed and replaced with an imitation.
Link-up with Geely seen as vital in helping Poland join the electric vehicle revolution.
While the current the macroeconomic storm in Belarus does not favour Minsk's foreign currency revenues, it will likely have enough to pay off its foreign currency-denominated debt. However, it might not have the technical possibility to do so.
The Russian successor to McDonald's "Vkusno i tochka" will soon enter the Belarusian market.
Russian exports of LNG to the Europe rose a staggering 50% in the first nine months of 2022, according to EU figures, even as volumes of pipeline gas fell 80%, as Europe’s need for gas trumped the EU’s efforts to cut dependence on Russian gas.
Parties say scrapping new electronic voting system would make it easier to buy votes and commit election fraud.
The Black Sea Grain Initiative has been extended for another 120 days following a tense few weeks, Interfax Ukraine reported on November 17.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy refused to accept Nato and US claims that the missile that hit a Polish village on November 15 killing two was Ukrainian as fears of waning Western support mount.
Human rights group warns mass executions could be ahead unless international community raises the political cost of the regime’s actions.
Belgrade ignores warning from Ukrainian diplomat that sanctioned Russian broadcaster "can start destabilising the situation" in Serbia.
G20 leaders held emergency talks in Bali over the missile strike.
Russia relentlessly launched 100 missiles at 11 Ukrainian regions on the afternoon of November 15, just days after the war-torn country celebrated the liberation of Kherson.
Instant storm of reaction after two Russian missiles were reported to have gone off course over Ukraine and hit a Polish village, killing two people. It was later reported that they were in fact Ukrainian missiles.
Electricity supplies were cut off across much of Moldova after a power line that supplies the country was disconnected.
Russia is expected to extend the Istanbul grain deal signed in July but due to expire on November 17, after it won concessions on some sanctions and an ammonia pipeline running through Ukraine was turned back on, the FT reported on November 15.
Polish government calls urgent meeting of the country’s National Security Bureau.
New gigafactory to help to meet the growing demand for electric car batteries in Europe.