Libya's National Transitional Council has elected Abdel-Rahim el-Keeb, as the new head of a transitional government.
The FBI has released video showing members of an alleged former Russian spy ring apparently secretly exchanging information and money.
The United States says it will immediately cut off funding to the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) in response to a vote that granted Palestine membership.
A Bosnian court has ordered a man who fired an automatic weapon at the U.S. Embassy in Sarajevo on October 28 held in detention for a month while authorities investigate what they say was a terrorist act.
Former Kyrgyz Prime Minister Almazbek Atambaev, who has declared victory in the October 30 presidential election, says he opposes the use by the United States of the military transit center at Manas airport near Bishkek.
Some 1,000 supporters of a defeated candidate in Kyrgyzstan's presidential election blocked the Bishkek-Osh highway in the southern Jalal-Abad Oblast on October 31.
Police in Yekaterinburg have searched the office of the unregistered opposition party PARNAS (Party of People's Freedom).
A Russian soldier who claims he spent more than a decade in forced labor has been officially charged with desertion.
Two explosions have rocked Kazakhstan's western city of Atyrau, killing a suspected suicide bomber.
Former Kyrgyz President Kurmanbek Bakiev, who is currently living in Belarus, did not vote in the October 30 Kyrgyz presidential election.
One of three men jailed in Kazakhstan for killing a prominent Kyrgyz journalist has sewn his mouth shut in protest at his conviction.
Youth activists and bloggers in Kyrgyzstan have been inviting people to bring "Roses for Roza" to celebrate outgoing Kyrgyz President Roza Otunbaeva's tenure, RFE/RL's Kyrgyz Service reports.