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New clashes erupt in northern Kosovo where Serb protesters try to force their way into municipal offices in Zvecan.
The spin-off option has wide support among Austrian authorities, but could face opposition from the European Central Bank, as well as scrutiny from US regulators over sanctions busting.
Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba said that a “fighter jet coalition” will be formed this year following pledges from European allies to train Ukrainian pilots, the Kyiv Independent reported on May 17.
Bank’s Tehran representative office latest result of nations’ big push to expand ties to counter impacts of Western sanctions on their economies.
Kyiv’s citizens woke up in the early hours of May 16 to a massive missile strike “exceptional in its density”.
PiS is betting on generous social spending once again in a bid to win an unprecedented third straight term in office.
Brazil’s President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva urged the bloc to come up with an alternative to the greenback in foreign trade. China had previously voiced its support for BRICS having a common currency.
Russia's invasion of Ukraine made Narva a symbol of the new “iron curtain” that had descended upon Europe. Now the Estonian city is trying to better integrate its Russian-speaking majority and reverse years of population decline.
Uzbek president Shavkat Mirziyoyev is on a mission to attract foreign investment as part of his "New Uzbekistan" plan with his two-day visit to Germany in May already yielding billions of euros in new deals.
Of the many questionable statements Vladimir Putin has made over the years, the one concerning the tragedy of the collapse of the Soviet Union may have been the closest to the truth, but not in the way he intended.
Major new investments in marinas at Vlora in Albania and Rijeka in Croatia are going ahead, as infrastructure is developed along the eastern Adriatic coast.
India, with China's support, is attempting to establish agreement within the G20 group that would allow countries to choose their own roadmap for reducing carbon emissions instead of imposing a deadline for ending the use of fossil fuels.
Fires in 45 countries burnt an area the size of Montenegro, with Ukraine, Spain and Romania the worst affected countries.
Airline says it plans accelerated restructuring to avoid bankruptcy, but identity of investors is unclear.
Georgia's decision not to participate in the US-led "Defender 23" military exercises has raised concerns about the weakening of the country's pro-Western foreign policy.
European gas tank storage hit a low of 55.36% full at the start of April 1, and the volume held in tanks has grown since then to 57.94% full as of April 23, according to data from GIE.
Economic challenges said by observers to be racking consumer industry players in quick-commerce.
Two recent events have highlighted that the EU is not ready to make Ukraine a member: five countries have banned imports of cheap Ukrainian grain, and talks on the eleventh sanctions package have died before they started.
The Group of Seven (G7) group of rich nations has established high targets for offshore wind and solar energy. The move was welcomed by renewable energy advocates and the member countries and the European Union.
For the bulk of the 14 months since President Putin’s decision to launch a full-scale invasion of Ukraine, the ruble has been stronger than it was prior to the war. This trend has now rapidly reversed, and the ruble finds itself in free fall.