Suicide Attack Targets Police Station in Russia’s Stavropol Region

Five explosions have taken place outside of a police station a village in southern Russia, TASS reported on Monday.

World » Russia | April 11, 2016, Monday // 16:12 | Viewed: 4184

Macedonian Police, Migrants Clash in Idomeni

Macedonian police clashed with migrants who attempted to illegally enter into Macedonia from Greece on Sunday.

World » Southeast Europe | April 11, 2016, Monday // 08:29 | Viewed: 3868

Ukrainian Prime Minister to Submit Resignation Next Week

Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk will submit his resignation to the country's parliament next week.

World » Ukraine | April 10, 2016, Sunday // 17:08 | Viewed: 4356

Paris Attack Suspect Admits to Being Third Bomber at Brussels Airport

Mohamed Abrini, chief suspect in last year's November 13 terrorist attacks in Paris, has admitted that he is the third suicide bomber who was meant to blow himself up at the airport in Brussels during the March 22 attacks in the Belgian capital.

World | April 10, 2016, Sunday // 13:03 | Viewed: 3792

Greece Temporarily Suspends Return of Migrants to Turkey

Greece has temporarily suspended the return of migrants to Turkey under the EU-Turkey agreement due to a surge in the number of asylum applications.

World » Southeast Europe | April 10, 2016, Sunday // 11:55 | Viewed: 4629

Nagorno-Karabakh: Russian PM Says 'Turkish Factor' Might Be Involved

Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev has suggested that "a Turkish factor" might also be involved in the recent renewal of clashes in Nagorno-Karabakh, a region controlled by ethnic Armenian separatists and surrounded by Azerbaijan.

World » Russia | April 9, 2016, Saturday // 14:16 | Viewed: 4616

Canada Not to Backtrack as EU Calls for Visa Waiver for Bulgaria, Romania

Canada has told the EU it will not scrap visas for Bulgarian and Romanian citizens despite the EU Commission's suggestions it might reintroduce visa requirement for both Canada and the United States.

World » EU | April 9, 2016, Saturday // 13:33 | Viewed: 5705

Greece to Discuss Migration Crisis with Neighbours at Two April Meetings

Greece will hold two meetings on migration with several of its neighbours in the next two weeks, the country’s Foreign Minister Nikos Kotzias has said.

World » Southeast Europe | April 8, 2016, Friday // 21:45 | Viewed: 4350

NATO-Russia Council to Meet on Ukraine Crisis, Afghanistan

The NATO-Russia Council will meet in the next two weeks for the first time since 2014 to duscuss the Ukraine crisis.

World | April 8, 2016, Friday // 21:07 | Viewed: 4189

Greece Bears the Brunt of Migrant Arrivals by Sea

Almost 90% of all migrants who have entered Europe by sea this year have arrived in Greece, the latest estimates of the International Organisation for Migration (IOM) showed on Friday.

World » EU | April 8, 2016, Friday // 16:42 | Viewed: 1771

Dutch Reject EU-Ukraine Association Agreement in Referendum

The Netherlands has rejected the ratification of Ukraine’s association agreement with EU in a referendum, marking a victory for eurosceptics.

World » EU | April 7, 2016, Thursday // 16:48 | Viewed: 3900

Macedonian Parliament Dissolved Ahead of Early Elections

The Macedonian parliament was dissolved on Thursday, paving the way for the holding of the early parliamentary elections scheduled to take place on June 5.

World » Southeast Europe | April 7, 2016, Thursday // 14:05 | Viewed: 3833

General Strike in Greece Cancels All Flights Between Sofia, Athens

All flights between the Bulgarian and Greek capitals are cancelled due to a general strike taking place in Greece on Thursday.

World » Southeast Europe | April 7, 2016, Thursday // 09:03 | Viewed: 5185

EU Proposes Entry-Exit System to Boost Border Control Efficiency

The European Commission proposed on Wednesdayto establish an entry-exit system to make faster, easier and stronger the border checksfor non-EU nationals travelling to the bloc.

World » EU | April 6, 2016, Wednesday // 21:22 | Viewed: 4195

Bulgarian, Greek Defence Ministers to Discuss Migration Pressure at EU Borders

The refugee crisis in Europe and migration pressure on EU borders will be on the agenda of talks between the defence ministers of Greece and Bulgaria on Thursday.

World » Southeast Europe | April 6, 2016, Wednesday // 18:23 | Viewed: 3973

IntMin: New Migrant Routes Do Not Pass Through Bulgaria

Deputy Prime Minister and Interior Minister Rumyana Bachvarova assured that the new migrant routes currently being developed do not pass through Bulgaria.

World » Southeast Europe | April 6, 2016, Wednesday // 15:53 | Viewed: 4373

Ceasefire in Nagorno-Karabakh Seems to Have Largely Been Restored

The ceasefire in the disputed region of Nagorno-Karabakh seems to have largely been restored after Azerbaijan and the Armenian separatists reached an agreement to cease hostilities on Tuesday.

World | April 6, 2016, Wednesday // 10:49 | Viewed: 2932

Iceland’s PM Resigns over Panama Papers Revelations

Iceland's prime minister has tendered his resignation two days after his name was linked to the Panama Papers offshore tax revelations, international newswires reported on Tuesday.

World | April 5, 2016, Tuesday // 19:38 | Viewed: 3412

Russia Establishing National Guard to Fight Terrorism, Organised Crime

Russia is establishing a National Guard force which will be tasked with fighting terrorism and organized crime, the country’s President Vladimir Putin has announced.

World » Russia | April 5, 2016, Tuesday // 18:41 | Viewed: 4169

EU Points to Wide-ranging Harm to Society from Illicit Drug Trade

Europeans spend at least EUR 24 B a year on illicit drugs, making the activity one of the main sources of cash for organised criminal groups in Europe, according to a new report.

World » EU | April 5, 2016, Tuesday // 17:22 | Viewed: 3700

New Zealand's Ex-PM Also Running for UN Top Job

Helen Clark, the former Prime Minister of New Zealand, has officially announced she is running for the UN Secretary-General's office.

World | April 5, 2016, Tuesday // 13:29 | Viewed: 3334