Russia’s privately-owned fuel giant Lukoil agreed to sell more than 230 filling stations located in Poland, Lithuania and Latvia to Austrian group AMIC Energy Management and expects to close the […]
Tensions rose Saturday between Turkey and Russia when Turkey and NATO said a Russian warplane had violated Turkish airspace. Russia dismissed the Turk ...
U.S. military officials say a Russian fighter jet came within 15 feet of a U.S. reconnaissance plane flying in international airspace Monday, calling ...
Terrorism and Russian sanctions have left Turkey’s already struggling economy bracing for the worst. Tourism seems sure to take hit, analysts say, a ...
Ukraine’s president, Petro Poroshenko, said on Thursday he expected territory in the east held by Russian-backed rebels to return to Ukrainian control before the end of the year. At the […]
Bulgaria’s Foreign Ministry had handed Turkish ambassador Süleyman Gökçe (photo) a note about his actions and behaviour, Prime Minister Boiko Borissov told the National Assembly on January 13, answering a […]
In the last months of 2015, the conflict between Russia and Ukraine over Crimea’s annexation and continuing strife in Ukraine’s east appeared largely to be in stalemate. But now, with […]
Russian President Vladimir Putin gets a bad report card, even a failing grade, for his handling of the economic crisis in his country, according to 27 percent of analysts who […]
Lawmaker and former journalist Mustafa Nayyem called on Ukrainians to boycott Coca-Cola products on January 5 after the American drinks brand apologised for not including Crimea as part of Russia […]
On December 31, President Vladimir Putin signed off on a new national security strategy for Russia that unequivocally identifies NATO as a threat. The new strategy, observers say, reflects the […]