Protesters led by members of a prominent right-wing Ukrainian political group clashed with riot police near the offices of President Volodymyr Zelenskiy, injuring at least eight police officers.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has called the wildfires ravaging parts of northern Siberia "absolutely unprecedented" and called for a better response by firefighters.
Russian news agencies say eight people were killed when a Russian firefighting plane crashed while battling blazes in southern Turkey.
Hundreds of people have marched through the Bosnian capital celebrating the city’s third Pride march in support of LGBT people.
Heavy rains have triggered widespread flooding in southern Russia, forcing the evacuation of more than 1,500 people, officials say.
Russia has reported a new daily high of 819 for COVID-19 deaths, a day after Moscow reported the highest number of monthly deaths in the city since the start of the pandemic.
The U.S. Treasury Department has imposed sanctions on an alleged oil smuggler and companies it said provide support to the Quds Force of Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps.
A top U.S. diplomat has called on Belarus to stop allowing migrants to illegally cross into Lithuania and other neighboring countries.
Russia has refused to renew a visa for a BBC journalist in Moscow, effectively expelling her from the country.
Swiss police say they seized a historically significant painting stolen from a Serbian castle three decades ago.
A court in Belarus has designated leading independent news outlet Tut.by and its new media site, Zerkalo.io, as "extremist."
Authorities in the northern Kazakh city of Petropavl have reportedly started the process of reopening a case into the alleged killing of a 25-year-old man by police in 2017.