U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton says Washington will increase to $150 million its aid for Pakistan as the country struggles to deal with a massive flood crisis.
Russia has denied that amendments to its defense agreement with Armenia imply a change in the functions of its military base in the South Caucasus country.
Iranian filmmaker and journalist Mohammad Nourizad has been summoned to Evin prison two months after having been released.
A Kyrgyz group says it will hold a protest against a recent Human Rights Watch (HRW) report on the situation in southern Kyrgyzstan.
Russia's nuclear chief has said Iran's first nuclear power plant shows that the Islamic republic is entitled to peaceful nuclear energy.
Moscow authorities have banned a protest concert planned for this weekend against the destruction of a forest outside the Russian capital.
Former U.S. Senator Tom Daschle has said he believes the international community should do more to shore up democracy in Kyrgyzstan.
Moldova's acting President Mihai Ghimpu has warned the four-party ruling Alliance for European Integration (AIE) coalition that it must put an end to infighting if it wants to win the upcoming parliamentary elections.
The United Nations says more than 4 million people were without shelter following three weeks of floods in Pakistan.
The last U.S. combat brigade has left Iraq as part of President Barack Obama's pledge to end combat operations in the country by the end of this month. 56,000 U.S. troops remain in Iraq, mainly in noncombat training roles.
The last U.S. combat brigade has left Iraq as part of President Barack Obama's pledge to end combat operations in the country by the end of this month.
56,000 U.S. troops remain in Iraq, mainly in noncombat training roles.
Some 2,000 supporters of Melis Myrzakmatov, the mayor of Kyrgyzstan's southern city of Osh, gathered in front of his office after rumors spread that he had been dismissed.