U.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates says Gulf states seem ready to push China to support fresh UN sanctions against Iran over its nuclear program.
Bosnia's war crimes prosecutor today indicted three former Bosnian Muslim soldiers over the killing of more than 20 Croat civilians and prisoners of war during the Muslim-Croat conflict in 1993.
U.S. soldiers will take over security from British troops in the Musa Qala area of southern Afghanistan as Washington builds up its force as part of a new counterinsurgency strategy, Britain said today.
The leader of Moldova's opposition Communist Party has accused Prime Minister Vlad Filat of smuggling cigarettes into neighboring Romania to pay for his election campaign last year.
The U.S. State Department says in its annual human rights report that many governments worldwide continued to perpetrate grave rights violations.
Fans of the Krylya Sovetov (Wings of the Soviets) soccer club in the Russian city of Samara have ended their hunger strike after the team's players received their unpaid wages, RFE/RL's Russian Service reports.
An official in Turkey's ruling party says Ankara is extremely unlikely to ratify its fence-mending protocols with Armenia at this juncture.
Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk is in Georgia on a visit aimed at boosting economic ties, as he continues a tour of the South Caucasus.
Two strong aftershocks within minutes of each other have hit the Chilean capital Santiago, according to Reuters witnesses, just ahead of the swearing-in of President-elect Sebastian Pinera.
A businessman has been shot and wounded by unknown assailants in the Ukrainian capital.
Communist Party members in Moldova have announced that they will boycott all upcoming sessions of parliament.
U.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates arrived in Abu Dhabi looking to tighten pressure on Tehran, as Iran's president warned Gulf countries against allowing a U.S. presence in the region.