Slavi Trifonov, the leader of Bulgaria’s There Are Such People (ITN) party, said on July 15 he is giving up nominating Nikolai Vassilev for prime minister due to strong objections and accusations he is related to the parties of the establishment
US President Joe Biden and German Chancellor Angela Merkel have failed to find a common position on the issue of the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline that will allow Russia to bypass Ukraine during a meeting of the two leaders on July 15.
The European Commission has revealed new proposals concerning its Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism (CBAM), which would regulate carbon certificates for importers to the union.
Poland’s government-controlled Constitutional Tribunal ruled on July 14 that the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) has no authority over domestic regulations concerning the judiciary.
Separately, president Rouhani criticises Iranian regime’s top officials for foiling his attempt to secure revived accord in final months of his administration.
President Maia Sandu's reformist PAS to form new government after landslide election victory.
Belarus' President Alexander Lukashenko paid a surprise and unscheduled visit to Russian President Vladimir Putin in St Petersburg on July 13, almost certainly to ask for more money.
A cameraman in Georgia's capital of Tbilisi died on July 11 after being severely beaten by right-wing mobs protesting the planned Tbilisi Pride march a week before.
All on one day, US Special Presidential Envoy for Climate John Kerry was in Moscow to meet with Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, President Vladimir Putin penned an essay on Ukraine and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy met Angela Merkel.
Artel Electronics, a home appliance and electronics manufacturer and one of Uzbekistan’s largest companies, has received a first-time Fitch rating of ‘B’ with a stable outlook - the first privately owned company to receive a rating.
Attempts by Turkish plastics recyclers to show economic damage caused by barring waste imports from UK and other nations appear to have won out over environmental considerations.
Young men fleeing Taliban via mountainous trek. Bus carrying migrants overturns, killing 12.
TV host Slavi Trifonov says his ITN party wants a government of experts as it takes narrow lead in snap general election.
Joe Biden warned Vladimir Putin that Russia would face consequences if it failed to crack down on ransomware cyber-gangs operating out of Russia that are targeting businesses worldwide during a phone call on July 9.
Sandu talks of "end of a hard era" in Moldova as preliminary results show her pro-EU, reformist PAS to secure a majority in parliament.
Second election of 2021 appears to have produced another fragmented parliament.
From the man who brought you Platoon, Wall Street and Born on the Fourth of July comes a blockbuster, new eight-part documentary series about… the former president of Kazakhstan.
Prime Minister Florin claims Nazare's ministry lags behind on a large number of projects.
When Turkish online retailer Hepsiburada (HEPS) listed on Nasdaq on July1, it propelled its chairwoman and founder, Hanzade Dogan Boyner, to billionaire status
The European Commission is considering launching a case in the WTO following Russia’s recent decision to authorise the label ‘Champagne’ only for Russian-produced sparkling wines.