Russian exports of coal have soared to record levels after the EU softened sanctions on European shipping companies allowing them to carry goods worldwide shortly after a ban was imposed in August as part of the fifth package of sanctions.
It has brought nothing but suffering, she says, condemning the Iranian regime’s bloody crackdown on anti-government protesters.
With most COVID-19-related support measures having been phased out, borrowers are now being put under pressure by surging inflation and sharply rising interest rates.
The political crisis comes at a time when unrest is growing at the political chaos and the botched response to the worsening cost of living crisis.
The chaos and the hike in prices are a huge embarrassment to Prime Minister Viktor Orban, who introduced the cap in November last year to ease rising inflation before the election.
Budapest has been holding up aid for Ukraine as well as EU approval of a minimum corporate tax as part of an attempt to unfreeze €7.5bn of Cohesion Fund money and €5.8bn of Recovery and Resilience Fund cash.
In September the company announced it had completed the sale of Home Credit’s Russian branch and its subsidiaries to Russian-based investors as part of the “process of divesting all Russian assets”.
Ukrainian police have arrested eight people who cut down a mural by famous British street artist Banksy, the Kyiv Independent reported on November 2.
Several explosions and gunshots were reported in two municipalities in northern Kosovo.
Video footage shows 19-year-old Syrian citizen Abdullah Mohammed was shot at close range at Bulgaria’s border with Turkey.
EU leaders sought to reassure the Western Balkans countries that their future is inside the bloc at Tirana summit.
Exporters’ association head also warns that if Turkey maintains a brake on lira depreciation, then the “exports side and the production side comes to a halt”.
Following an on-air gaffe, Latvia's National Electronic Media Council (NEPLP) has cancelled Dozhd's (Rain's) licence for threatening national security.
An oil tanker traffic jam has formed off the Turkish coast after the EU’s introduction of a price cap on global Russian crude supplies, the Financial Times reported on December 5. Turkish authorities are demanding new proof of full insurance cover.
Russia fired more than 70 missiles at Ukraine on Monday, December 5, but Ukraine’s air defence unleashed an impressive performance and shot down over 60 projectiles, the Ukrainian Air Force tweeted on December 5.
US-based toxicologist says that "testing has revealed the presence of heavy metals" in former president's body.
Beijing reportedly set up dozens of police stations around the globe to monitor and repatriate Chinese citizens
Illegal movements along the Western Balkans routes have significantly increased in 2022.
Christmas trees burnt down, road blocked in Ulaanbaatar as demonstrators demand details on fate of 44 trillion tughrik, or $12.8bn, in times of economic hardship.
Former university rector has tweeted that she does not wish to discuss her rivals' (controversial) pasts, "but our future".