Dozens of people were detained in Russia on April 28 while taking part in a nationwide protest campaign known as "We're Sick Of Him" and "Enough!" (RFE/RL's Russian Service)
Russia has again accused the United States of lying about its deployment of antimissile systems in Europe, as Washington repeated its findings that Moscow was violating a key arms-control treaty.
A widening U.S. dragnet is picking up more and more Russian computer hackers. Russia's own dragnet is picking up FSB cyberofficers, including some who once helped the Americans.
Activist Darya Kulakova was among several people who were detained on April 29 while taking part in a nationwide protest campaign in the Russian city of Kazan. (RFE/RL's Tatar-Bashkir Service)
Dozens of people have been detained while taking part in a protest campaign in many Russian cities urging President Vladimir Putin not to run in the country's presidential election next year.
At least 24 people were killed when a landslide swept through village in southern Kyrgyzstan.
Gulbuddin Hekmatyar, one Afghanistan's most notorious warlords, has called on the Taliban to stop fighting government troops and begin peace talks.
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The president of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) has been stripped of his leadership powers after he joined Russian State Duma deputies on a trip to Syria to meet with President Bashar al-Assad.
Montenegro ratified a treaty on NATO membership amid protests from its traditional ally Russia and the country's pro-Russian political opposition. (RFE/RL's Balkan Service)
North Korea has defied the United States and other world powers by test-firing a ballistic missile early on April 29.