U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice visits Prague on July 8 to sign an accord on building a controversial U.S. radar installation in the Czech Republic.
Pakistani investigators scouring the scene of a weekend suicide bomb attack on police found a severed head.
Serbia's new government will focus on quick entry into the European Union, strengthening the country's economy and keeping Kosovo as a part of Serbia.
Afghan President Hamid Karzai has ordered an investigation into a U.S.-led air strike that local officials say killed 15 civilians, amid accusations that another air strike killed 23 civilians traveling in a wedding convoy.
Separatist leaders in Abkhazia say they are cutting all ties with the central government in Tbilisi after an explosion that killed four people.
Russian President Dmitry Medvedev says Moscow and Washington should keep up dialogue despite failing to overcome differences on U.S. missile defense plans in Europe.
A suicide car bomber rammed two diplomatic vehicles entering the Indian Embassy in Kabul today, killing at least 41 people.
Taliban militants have released two Pakistani journalists more than 36-hours after they were abducted in a tribal region near the Afghan border.
Afghan security forces found more than 100 knives and swords, petrol bombs, and dozens of mobile phones in a search of Kabul's main prison.
Belarusian President Alyaksandr Lukashenka said there would be no clampdown on his opponents after a bomb explosion wounded 50 people at a concert he attended.
Mongolia is lifting its state of emergency, but relatives are still waiting for news of those detained in the post-election riots.
Russia's Defense Ministry says a "new war" could break out in Abkhazia if Tbilisi uses military force to resolve the conflict.