Under pressure from families protesting their stricken children's treatment, Kyrgyz lawmakers can't agree on the disbursement of money for HIV-positive kids from the south.
The Iranian Embassy in Azerbaijan has released a statement denying any Iranian participation in the stabbing of writer and journalist Rafiq Tagi.
A citizen of the United Arab Emirates (U.A.E.) has been arrested at Bishkek's Manas international airport for allegedly attempting to smuggle rare birds out of the country.
A Minsk court has adjourned until November 23 the tax-evasion trial of prominent Belarusian human rights defender Ales Byalyatski.
Libya's interim Prime Minister Abdel Rahim al-Kib has announced his new cabinet line-up, after it was approved by the ruling National Transitional Council.
The United States has announced that it will not allow Russian inspections of U.S. bases or share data with Russia on its nonnuclear weapons stores in Europe after years of failed efforts to revitalize a Cold War-era arms treaty.
An opposition activist has been sentenced in Moscow to seven days in jail for refusing to follow police instructions.
A UN General Assembly's human rights committee has condemned the Syrian government's deadly crackdown on protests.
The European Union says Serbia and Kosovo have agreed to accept each other's university diplomas and made progress on Kosovo's inclusion in regional forums.
The leader of Moldova's breakaway region of Transdniester says that his political future will be decided by voters, not by Russia.
An Armenian opposition leader has challenged President Serzh Sarkisian to prove his commitment to hold democratic elections by enacting radical changes to the law and not allowing government resources to be used by his ruling Republican Party.
Pakistan's ambassador to Washington has resigned from his post amid speculation that he was involved in a request for U.S. help to control his country's powerful military.