Nato member Croatia signs deal to bolster its air defences after tender process was delayed by the pandemic.
With Iran’s rial typically suffering only bad news given US sanctions, day-trippers didn’t need telling twice to make journey to bag some bargains.
Viktor Orban is the only premier among the EU member states not taking part in the two-day event.
Road renamings celebrate historic Iranian links to the South Caucasus, as well as jailed Shiite group.
Miners have gone home after two days of protests in Sarajevo, but say they won't return to the mines until their demands are met.
After declaring it can ignore European Court of Justice, Poland's Constitutional Tribunal now claims it can dismiss ECHR rulings.
Slovakia has recorded the world´s fastest rise in positive cases.
Middle Eastern migrants continue to try to storm the Polish border from Belarus, but security forces say the woodland camp is largely gone.
Bulgarian decision blocks opening of EU accession talks with both North Macedonia and Albania.
6,500 miners from seven mines in the Bosnian Federation held a protest in Sarajevo, forcing a shutdown of mining in the entity.
Russia claims that US bombers flying only 20 km from Russia’s border were rehearsing a nuclear strike on Russia from two different directions earlier this month, the Defence Ministry said in a statement on November 23.
Ukraine has asked Russia’s gas behemoth Gazprom to extend the current gas transit deal that expires in 2024 for another 15 years and has offered to cut transit fees in half.
Collapse of currency pushing up prices of imported raw materials. Fertilizer and other producers sitting on output as they cannot determine how prices will develop.
Tourist bus returning to North Macedonia from Istanbul caught fire and overturned, killing at least 46 people.
Romania’s two biggest parties — the National Liberal Party and Social Democratic Party — put aside their rivalry to form a new government headed by Nicolae Ciuca.
Russia’s national gas company Gazprom warned the Moldovan government on November 22 it would cut off gas supplies unless an overdue payment for gas was settled within 48 hours.
Risk aversion in emerging markets, Hungary’s lax response to record COVID-19 infections, and the financial consequences of the EU's rule of law proceedings push forint to near record lows.
Currency sinks to yet another all-time low versus dollar of near 11.50 after defiant Erdogan vows to succeed in his "economic war of independence".
With geopolitical tensions rising to their highest level since April on reports of a Russian troop build-up near Ukraine, US Senate Foreign Relations Chairman Bob Menendez introduced possible harsh new sanctions on Russia to a defence spending bill.
Russia's second-largest stock exchange bourse, SPB Exchange, has raised about $175mn in a highly anticipated initial public offering (IPO) on its own platform, Reuters reported citing the announcement of the bourse.