Abu Zubaydah is reportedly still in Guantanamo Bay, where he has been held without being charged for the past two decades.
Opposition VMRO-DPMNE calls for snap election despite Dimitar Kovacevski's pledges to tackle energy crisis and solve dispute with Bulgaria to unblock EU accession process.
The 25bp rate hike was smaller than analysts anticipated, and left Romania with the lowest refinancing rate among its peers.
Over €700mn spent to little effect in candidate and prospective candidate countries, finds European Court of Auditors.
Controversial celebration took place as Bosnian Serb politicians are seeking to remove Republika Srpska from state-level institutions, prompting fears about the breakup of Bosnia.
Supporters of Democrats’ former leader Sali Berisha forced their way into building as power struggle with current leadership turns violent.
The rate hike in Poland earlier this week encouraged expectations for a similar move in Bucharest, where the BNR has been more cautious until now.
Albania and Croatia reported record numbers of COVID-19 infections while other countries are close to records set in previous waves of the pandemic.
Fresh sanctions follow move by Dodik to remove Bosnia's Serb entity from state institutions, potentially leading to the breakup of the country.
United Media founder Dragan Solak bought football club from Chinese real estate magnate Gao Jisheng in £100mn deal.
Daily power cuts planned for the next 60 days to save electricity.
Rising electricity prices make aluminium smelter's production uneconomic and its owner was unable to reach an agreement with power company EPCG.
Dimitar Kovacevski's main challenge will be to find a solution with neighbouring Bulgaria to unblock North Macedonia's EU accession process.
Plans to build huge mine that would have turned Serbia into Europe's top lithium producer on hold after mass protests.
Analysts warn that amid lira crisis move to hike Turks’ earnings could add to rampant inflation. Market fears hyperinflation will take hold.
Chemical holding outlines development plans including ambitions to take over Romania's biggest refinery Petromidia, owned by Rompetrol.
Romania has repeatedly put back its target for euro adoption, missing a window of opportunity in 2015-17 when it met all the nominal convergence criteria set by the Maastricht Treaty.
Professor walks back comments but fears circulate that move could be made to prepare for a sudden and unjust snap election.
Bulgaria does not recognise same-sex marriage and refused to name both as mothers in a national birth certificate.
Day saw a stomach-churning descent of 7%.