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Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko collapsed for a second time this month after a meeting with president Vladimir Putin and was hospitalised in Moscow on May 27.
President Aleksandar Vucic steps down as head of SNS amid mass anti-violence protests and spike in tensions with Kosovo.
Serbian army deployed along Kosovan border after violent clashes between police and local Serbs in northern Kosovo.
Government plans to show its strength amid growing calls for political change at mass anti-violence protests.
Democratic governance deteriorates in Emerging Europe and Central Asia, with worst declines in already authoritarian regions.
Orban's regime, notorious for its anti-migration rhetoric, says it cannot keep holding the traffickers, citing high costs and overcrowded jails.
Kenya’s sovereign bond index at the distressed 1,000 basis point spread over US treasuries enjoyed a brief reprieve from unrelenting gloom, as IMF managing director Kristalina Georgieva declared it an innocent bystander in sub-Sahara default panic.
Case comes as country prepares for its pivotal presidential election run-off.
80,000 people turned out in country of 2.7mn showing overwhelming commitment to joining the EU.
Hundreds of thousands call for end to violence at third protest since mass shootings as frustration with government mounts.
Following his disappearance, opposition leader Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya had urged her supporters to be prepared for all future scenarios.
Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko was rushed back to Minsk almost directly from Red Square in Moscow on May 9 suffering from a serious but mysterious illness and hasn't been seen since.
Two men in Moscow have been arrested and face substantial fines for donning yellow and blue clothing, the colours of the Ukrainian flag, Russian media have reported.
The move is widely regarded as the Kremlin’s reward for the Georgian government’s restrained stance on the Ukraine war and its "anti-Western propaganda".
The Armenian president cannot afford to alienate Moscow when his country remains so dependent on its big neighbour and at a time when the outcome of the peace talks remains so uncertain.
Former premier Robert Fico has accused Caputova of being an American agent and of being linked to the far right's bogeyman George Soros.
The first mass killing of children by another child in Serbia has shocked the nation and is expected to have political and social repercussions for years to come.
The leaders of Central Asia's five republics plus Armenia's PM arrived in Moscow to stand by Putin for the annual May 9 Victory Day parade, despite strong US pressure to downgrade and even break ties with Russia where possible.