U.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates today said U.S. Marines have reversed Taliban gains in one of the toughest battlefields in southern Afghanistan.
U.S. President Barack Obama today thanked his Polish counterpart, Bronislaw Komorowski, for supporting the New START treaty as Russia's neighbor.
Yerevan's controversial mayor has resigned following allegations he beat up a member of President Serzh Sarkisian's staff.
All top police officials in a town east of Moscow have been sacked after locals complained police were ignoring crimes.
A new state company that will provide 50 percent of all fuel needed by the U.S. transit center at Manas airport near Bishkek was officially launched today.
A Tajik citizen who is wanted in Tajikistan for alleged involvement in terrorist activities has been arrested in Russia's Chelyabinsk Oblast.
A court in Ukraine has dismissed a lawsuit against President Viktor Yanukovych for saying the famine that killed millions of Ukrainians in the 1930s should not be called genocide.
President Mahmud Ahmadinejad indicated today that Iran is prepared to discuss a possible nuclear fuel swap at talks that resume next month.
A former police officer in the city of Tula, about 200 kilometers south of Moscow, has been jailed for 10 years for killing a suspect.
Six ethnic Uzbeks have been jailed for murder and rape during ethnic clashes in southern Kyrgyzstan in June.
A Kazakh communist activist has been released from a psychiatric clinic where he was kept for two days after taking part in a protest.
Drug control agencies from Russia, Afghanistan, Pakistan, and Tajikistan have agreed to step up cooperation to stop the flow of drugs through Afghan borders.