Anonymous sender slams prosecutors for failing to take action over drawer full of €500 bills and gold bars.
US Deputy Assistant Secretary of State Gabriel Escobar said he agreed with members of Bosnia's tripartite presidency there will be no repeat of ethnic clashes, despite recent hike in tensions.
Caretaker Interior Minister Boyko Rashkov says €30mn paid to construction companies was transferred to shell companies and then exported from the country in sacks.
Parts of the Bosnian capital closed to traffic and dozens evacuated.
Albania, North Macedonia and Serbia previously committed to the free movement of goods and services, but officials say this isn't yet happening in practice.
Thirty accused of tweeting disinformation about president’s health. Syrians face deportation. Israelis deny sharing video mocking Ankara’s lack of combat aircraft.
Construction of the Hemus motorway linking Sofia with the port city of Varna has been marred by controversy and accusations of corruption for years.
Buyer is Serbian tycoon Miodrag Kostic, who has built a financial empire with AIK Banka and Gorenjska Banka of Slovenia.
The EBRD has increased its 2021 GDP growth projection for the emerging Europe and SEMED regions where it operates to 5.5% after a strong performance in H1.
Martin Buschmann says Albania must follow EU regulations on animal protection as it works towards accession.
Ruling coalition's future uncertain after PM Zoran Zaev announced his resignation.
Joint venture combines Croatian hypercar producer Rimac's EV expertise with Bugatti's 110-year heritage of design and engineering.
Health minister says no new lockdown but urges Bulgarians to stay home when possible and get vaccinated.
No clear way out of Romania's worst political crisis in decades as second attempt to form new government flops.
Eyewitnesses said Boyan Rasate of the far right Bulgarian National Union punched a female activist in the face and slashed the tyres of a scooter parked outside the Rainbow Hub in Sofia.
Candidate of Zoran Zaev’s SDSM lost by a wide margin to independent Danela Arsovska, backed by opposition VMRO-DPMNE, in the Skopje mayoral election.
British organisers said to have put restrictions on size of Turkish delegation and motorised vehicles.
Moldova's long-term contract with Gazprom expired at the end of September, leaving the country vulnerable at a time when energy prices have surged across Europe.
Independent candidate Danela Arsovska, backed by VMRO-DPMNE, is trying to wrest control of the capital from the SDSM's Petre Silegov in the mayoral election.
Moldova has been struggling to pay for gas from alternative sources after Russia's Gazprom cut supplies on October 1.