Opposition accuses Slovenia's right-wing prime minister of playing with people's lives during the pandemic in second attempt to remove him from power.
Government first tries to claim move was planned, but then finally admits that it had allowed younger people to jump the vaccination queue by mistake.
The parliament’s decision to impose a 60-day state of emergency was condemned by President Maia Sandu, who said it was intended to delay early elections.
Already mired in a homegrown economic crisis, the country faces losing out on vital tourism revenues for a second summer running.
Draft law aims to turn Serbia into a nation of energy prosumers as Belgrade pursues energy transition.
Russia is one of the few places in Europe where infection rates are falling rapidly and the country is likely to reach “herd immunity by the end of August", according to Russian President Vladimir Putin.
The total number of coronavirus (COVID-19) cases has exceeded 320,000 with the country counting as many as 995 more new coronavirus cases in the last 24 hours, the health ministry reported on March 29.
After months of delays, all of the Western Balkans countries have embarked on the vaccination of their populations against coronavirus.
Leading Russian wood processor Segezha Group has launched the country's first factory to manufacture cross-laminated timber panels in Sokol, Vologda region, 500 km northeast of Moscow.
In a significant move, President Joe Biden of the US has invited rivals Vladimir Putin of Russia and Xi Jinping of China to the US’ virtual climate talks. The forum will be held virtually on 22-23 April.
Montenegro, one of the worst hit emerging Europe countries by the coronacrisis, has a heavy debt burden from the Bar-Boljare motorway.
Case of NovoLine Resources tarnishes already controversial reputation of British corporate governance.
Finance Minister Eduard Heger will become the new prime minister, while outgoing premier Igor Matovic will take his post.
Opposition leader Svetlana Tikhanovskaya said that the opposition is making no attempt at any dialogue with Belarus' self-appointed President Alexander Lukashenko, but is focusing on appealing directly to those working in his administration.
Miraziz Bazarov had criticized the government’s refusal to decriminalize same-sex relations.
Deal with Beijing could bring in hundreds of billions of investment dollars. Americans, meanwhile, talk up their flexibility on reviving accord.
This postpones any decision on whether to let Russia's Rosatom into the tender until after the October general election.
Production plants forced into stoppages after pandemic-led surge in demand for electronics from locked down populations squeezes semiconductor supplies.
Navalny’s health is worsening in prison. Reports that Navalny was suffering health issues first emerged on March 25 from Leonid Volkov, the head of Navalny’s campaign network, who also plans a 500,000 strong protest soon.
Belarusian police arrested over 200 protesters during Belarus’ Freedom Day demonstrations on March 25, the first big protests of the spring season, although the turnout was disappointingly small.