Formation of the coalition should put an end to the deep political crisis in Bulgaria, which has gone through three general elections and two caretaker governments since April.
US president reassures Bucharest Nine of commitment after talks with President Putin stoke fears.
Prison census finds number of journalists jailed around the world in 2021 hit a new record.
Turmoil seen amid collapse of lira starting to compare with market distress seen at end of 1970s prior to military coup.
Changes to law on expropriation sparked two weekends of mass protests and road blockades as opponents argued it was tailored to mining company Rio Tinto, which is seeking to develop a huge lithium mine in the country.
First crack appears in grand coalition formed to end long political crisis in Romania.
Pristina has informed the EU of its intention to apply for EU membership, but its relationship with Belgrade needs to be normalised first.
Bosnalijek's premises searched in connection to its controversial privatisation with Russian capital through offshore companies in several countries.
Tens of thousands of people in more than 50 cities blocked roads against Serbia in protest against Rio Tinto's plans to build a huge lithium mine in the country.
Interest in Dubrovnik, Split and Sibenik flourished after they were used as destinations in the hit TV series.
Offshore company investigated by Caruana Galizia prior to her murder was reportedly involved in the Mozura wing park deal.
Rio Tinto is seeking to develop the Jadar lithium project in Serbia but faces strong opposition.
In the final week of November, Romania’s stock market indices posted their steepest decline since the initial COVID-19 shock in February-March 2020.
Bloc’s giant investment offer may appeal to countries worried by Chinese “debt-trap diplomacy”. Beijing warns against geopoliticising infrastructure.
Move came at end of first day of ‘front door’ interventions by central bank on FX market that reportedly burnt up in excess of a billion dollars.
Montenegrin power company EPCG plans to hike the price it charges for electricity from January in line with rising prices on international markets.
Pristina follows governments of Croatia and Slovenia in tightening border restrictions but also introduces stricter rules for people inside the country.
Prices of sugar, flour, sunflower oil and other basic foodstuffs to be frozen at November 15 level.
Just 31.9% of respondents said Montenegro is going in a good direction as many complained the government's priorities do not align with those of the population.
Electric hypercar producer Rimac Automobili is one of the most successful Croatian companies and has an increasingly international workforce.