Serbian officials warned on Friday of another war in the Balkans if Albanians try to form a joint state with Kosovo in the war-weary European region and the West does not reject such a plan.
Lithuania's parliament on Thursday lifted the legal immunity of the Liberal Movement's MP Gintaras Steponavicius to allow bringing him to justice for abuse.
Ukraine and Iran have agreed to launch a test train for transportation of agricultural products, the Ukrainian Infrastructure Ministry’s press service quoted Minister Volodymyr Omelyan as saying.
Sterling has risen because investors think a Conservative victory will allow a softer approach to Brexit. But that may not be the right call.
The Consip investigation may have been “interfered with” more than was previously thought, leading state prosecutor Mario Palazzi to request a “re-reading” of the trial documents, but above to ask carabinieri from the provincial HQ in Rome to listen again to all the recordings of wiretapped conversations in the office of the businessman Alfredo Romeo.
The 'Yes' campaign secured a narrow win in referendum, but what will this mean for Turkey's foreign policy?
This past January, Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev attended a session on “The Silk Road Effect” at the 2017 World Economic Forum in Davos, alongside Georgian Prime Minister Giorgi Kvirikashvili.
Azerbaijan’s state oil company SOCAR ensures a guaranteed, continuous and reliable gas supply to social sector – households and power generation facilities – based on the memorandum signed with Georgia and the agreements with Georgia’s Oil and Gas Corporation, says Georgian Deputy Prime Minister Kakha Kaladze.
Theresa May’s snap election call on Tuesday (18 April) took Westminster by surprise, but it makes a lot of sense.
While the Baltic states and Poland kept themselves busy receiving allied reinforcements in the framework of NATO‘s Enhanced Forward Presence, things have been heating up on the other side of the globe – on the Korean peninsula.