Serbian president restates Belgrade's position that it will not join western sanctions on Russia despite appeals from German chancellor to fall into line with EU policy.
Market was expecting much more. Currency back in jitter-inducing territory at 17/$.
Responding to move, IAEA nuclear inspectorate chief says there’s now only a three to four-week window to find a way to reinstate the agreement aimed at ensuring Tehran doesn’t pursue building an atomic bomb.
Prosecutors established that the land where VMRO-DPMNE's Skopje headquarters stands was acquired illegally by the party.
Minister Boyko Rashkov outlines large-scale corruption schemes the day after ITN quit the ruling coalition amid spat over funding for road construction.
Foreign Minister Wang Yi used a visit to Central Asia to talk about the United States. But his counterparts wanted to talk business.
Unidentified aircraft ignored radio contact on route across Hungary, Romania and Serbia before landing in Bulgaria, where an investigation is underway.
Emerging Market securities suffered an outflow of $4.9bn in May 2022, according to estimates by the Institute of International Finance (IIF), continuing the episode started two months ago after Russia’s invasion of Ukraine shook the world.
Zeman appoints three new board members – replacing two that could have been reappointed – transforming the balance of central bank.
“Primary contracts are signed with Turkey,” says head of Moscow-installed military-civilian administration in occupied areas of Zaporizhzhia.
North Macedonia's PM Dimitar Kovacevski says doors to Open Balkan, founded to improve regional economic co-operation, "remain open" to all Western Balkan states.
Former German Chancellor Angela Merkel has condemned Russia’s “barbaric” war in Ukraine in her first public comments since leaving her post earlier this year.
PM Kiril Petkov vows to continue as head of minority government after ITN announces it is quitting Bulgaria's ruling coalition.
Activists are bewildered by how the government has chosen to revisit the events of 2010 in this way.
Appointment of Moldova-born assistant US attorney Veronica Dragalin may mark a turning point for Moldova's sluggish and often controversial justice reforms.
MPs in Republika Srpska vote to delay withdrawal from Bosnian state-level institutions, seen as a step towards the entity's potential succession.
More than a dozen ‘SDS’ occurrences have shut down big cities across the Gulf region in recent weeks.
President Tokayev promotes referendum result as ending “super-presidential” rule. Some activists say it does nothing of the kind.
Veterans angry at being left out of minimum wage increases tried to force their way into the parliament.
US accuses Bosnian Federation President Marinko Cavara and Republika Srpska Health Minister Alen Seranic of pursuing ethnonationalist and political agendas “at the expense of the democratic institutions and citizens”.