Ankara is seeking around $26bn to build homes for Syrian refugees in areas it claims it is clearing of Kurdish “terrorists”.
Czech Prime Minister Andrej Babis (ANO) and his ministers have been busy traveling around the world, spending millions in public money on 290 business trips abroad.
Trump allowed incursion “completely against everybody else's advice”, says Republican Graham, adding: “He will get 100% of the credit if he knows something the rest of us don't. And he's going to get 100% of the blame... no middle ground."
Ukraine's largest lender PrivatBank, nationalised in late 2016, has reported a five-fold year-on-year jump in net profit to UAH27.4bn ($1.1bn) in January-September., as a court in Kyiv delayed its verdict on whether to return the bank to its former o
As autumn refinancing season arrives, renewal ratios are low, costs remain higher than prior to the currency crisis and 2-year maturities have vanished despite so many positive headlines on country’s economic recovery curve.
Compulsory new measures introduced after banks ignored central bank’s recommendations, allowing consumer credits to surge despite the recent slowdown in economic activity.
Russian subsoil licensing agency Rosnedra has taken an inventory of Russia’s major oilfields and found that one third of them are unprofitable to develop.
Russia’s Gazprom has struck a deal with Germany’s Linde on setting up a joint venture to design facilities for the processing and liquefaction of natural gas.
Former German foreign minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier confirmed he proposed the so-called Steinmeier formula in 2015 as a way to break a deadlock over implementing the stalled Minsk II process, contradicting former president Petro Poroshenko.
The Russian authorities have been blocking exports of coal from its territory to Ukraine through the territory of neighbouring Belarus, according to the Ukrainian Ministry of Energy and Coal Mining.
Dramatic rescue by the first openly gay politician to win a parliament seat in Poland might just give the left-wing Lewica coalition some extra points in the general election on October 13.
State banks seen making interventions to brake currency. Analyst advises going with mythical equities punter whom he suspects is Erdogan's “private punting pot”.
Turkish membership of Western military alliance already under strain from Erdogan’s purchase of Russian missile systems.
The case is reportedly related to the alleged law violation when Fridman-linked entities received control of technology company ZWW.
Demonstrators gathered on Kyiv’s Maidan square on October 6 against Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy’s decision to accept the so-called Steinmeier formula ahead of his first Normandy Four meeting.
Popular discontent with established parties in Kosovo helped Vetevendosje and the LDK to victory in Sunday’s general election and they are now poised to form a government that will most likely exclude the PDK for the first time since independence.
An anonymous blogger has released a sex video showing Zsolt Borkai, the Fidesz mayor of one of Hungary's largest cities, on a yacht with prostitutes less than one week before the local government elections, local media reported on October 6.
On same day, Greek PM warns Ankara not to “exploit” the migrant crisis for its own ends as overcrowded camps experience sharp spike in arrivals.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy has rejected alleged "capitulation" and "surrender of Ukraine's national interests" during the Donbas peace talks with Russia.
Ukraine’s finance ministry only raised $3.1mn from the sale of bonds at its weekly bond auction on October 1, down from $524mn a week earlier.