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Kurti defiant in the face of strong criticism from Kosovo's Western allies.
Thousands of teachers marched through Bucharest calling for higher wages but with tax revenues well below target the government can’t afford a pay rise.
Western diplomats are putting heavy pressure on Pristina and Belgrade to de-escalate the situation in northern Kosovo.
President Aleksandar Vucic steps down as head of SNS amid mass anti-violence protests and spike in tensions with Kosovo.
Of the many questionable statements Vladimir Putin has made over the years, the one concerning the tragedy of the collapse of the Soviet Union may have been the closest to the truth, but not in the way he intended.
A post-Putin Russia will be a land of blood, toil, tears and sweat, but not of victory or a future. “Après nous, le déluge!” said Madame Pompadour, commenting on problems inherited from Louis XIV that led to the French Revolution.
The behind-closed-doors trial has revealed nothing about the specific actions the former security services chief is said to have undertaken.
New rules and other restrictions have mainly affected hunters, by very far the mainstay of Kazakhstan’s firearm market.
More than 80 detained as authorities disperse protest mounted by group who travelled to capital from volatile town of Zhanaozen.
Baku’s opening of an embassy in Israel has added to a multitude of tensions.
Opening of embassy in Israel by Azerbaijanis appears to have inflamed existing tensions between neighbours.
Kudebayev got out of the country by crossing into neighbouring Kyrgyzstan and then flying to Turkey.
Trafigura, one of the world’s largest commodity traders, expects copper prices to rise by a third from its current levels due to a global shortage and hit $12,000 per tonne within the next 12 months.
Every unhappy country is unhappy in its own way.
Though some changes in the poll formats hint at New Kazakhstan, the president’s words are ominously reminiscent of Old Kazakhstan.
Forbidden by the ruling clerics from dancing in public, women devise new format of protest as activists look to bring anti-regime protests back to the boil.
Inhabitants of Ekibastuz who were left without heating on freezing winter days have a much different understanding of the term “crypto winter” than digital money enthusiasts.
Moscow has a history of interference in Montenegro, where rightwing pro-Russian candidate Andrija Mandic is trying to unseat incumbent President Milo Djukanovic.
Beijing is leaning toward buying additional Central Asian gas, despite reliability concerns.