Leaked recording reveals secessionist Bosnian Serb leader Milorad Dodik lashed out at Djokovic family ahead of RTS interview.
At least one leading financial services company is cutting back its exposure to Russian nationals.
The European Parliament’s Committee on Foreign Affairs adopted a report stating that negotiations on Serbia's membership in the EU can only continue if the country joins the sanctions imposed on Russia.
Step brings Bosnian Serb entity closer to secession and is expected to hike political tensions in the already highly unstable country.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy had a “long and meaningful” phone call with Chinese President Xi Jinping on April 26.
Ruling Fidesz party accused of helping favoured companies squeeze out foreign and domestic competition in most corrupt state in the EU.
South Africa has rescinded a statement by its leader that it will withdraw from the International Criminal Court (ICC) ahead of hosting the BRICS summit, which Vladimir Putin, wanted by the court for war crimes, would otherwise attend.
The investigation is seen as an attempt to weaken Donald Tusk, whose Civic Platform party is the main rival of the ruling Law and Justice in this autumn's general election.
Microphones pick up someone saying “Oh, no, oh no” as programme pulled from air but Turkish president returns to broadcast minutes later for one more question.
Top Serbian officials turn on Ukraine for abstaining on Kosovo’s Council of Europe entry, while MPs vote down proposed sanctions on Russia.
South Africa’s ruling African National Congress party says that it will quit the International Criminal Court to allow President Vladimir Putin to attend the upcoming BRICS summit.
The behind-closed-doors trial has revealed nothing about the specific actions the former security services chief is said to have undertaken.
Vratislav Vajnar is on trial for the killing of three people who attempted to cross the country's heavily guarded border in the late 1980s, in one of the very few cases where a top official in the communist regime has faced justice.
Bill punishes teachers for previous protests by allowing state to monitor teachers' cellphones and computers, discipline them for criticism and dock salary payments, and extends hours and compels them to work on Sundays and move to other regions.
When a female journalist asked Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov if the Black Sea grain deal was dead as he walked into a meeting of the UN Security Council on April 24 all he would say was "nice dress."
Billionaire partners have agreed to acquire French publishing group Editis and have bid to increase their share in French retail chain Casino.
Ex-semi-pro football player and Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan may hope agreement will help with Turkey’s plans to score as a gas hub.
Bulgarian gas transmission and storage system operator to invest €600mn in capacity expansion, €860mn in hydrogen pipeline.
Talks between the European Commission and Poland, Bulgaria, Hungary, Romania, and Slovakia are set to continue in the coming days after failing to achieve an agreement last week.
The MNB will leave the base rate unchanged at 13% at its rate-setting meeting but is likely to reduce the upper threshold of the interest rate corridor.