President Barack Obama has said the results of midterm elections show that Americans are 'frustrated' with the slow pace of economic recovery and the lack of job creation and called the heavy losses sustained by his Democratic Party 'humbling.'
Baptist church officials say four believers detained in northeastern Azerbaijan on October 31 after a police raid on a harvest celebration have still not been released.
An influential member of the European Parliament has expressed support for Moldova's ruling coalition ahead of upcoming parliamentary elections.
Russia has promised to do more to help NATO in Afghanistan, but stopped short of making any specific commitments.
The United States has designated a Sunni militant group as a terrorist organization.
A 5.3-magnitude earthquake rocked central Serbia overnight, killing at least two people and causing dozens of injuries and damage to buildings.
Pakistani security officials say two suspected U.S. drone attacks killed at least eight suspected militants in Pakistan's northwestern tribal belt.
The lower house of the Czech parliament has given final approval to expanding the country's military mission in Afghanistan to 720 troops next year from the current level of 535.
Tajik President Emomali Rahmon's eldest son, Rustam Emomali, has been appointed a deputy head of Tajikistan's soccer federation.
The appeal hearing has resumed in southern Kyrgyzstan for an ethnic Uzbek human rights activist jailed for life in connection with June's deadly ethnic violence.
Another Kazakh opposition figure has announced plans to run for president in the 2012 elections.
The website of an independent weekly in western Kazakhstan has been inaccessible since November 2.