A court in Oslo has ruled that Anders Behring Breivik, the gunman behind this summer's twin attacks in Norway, will make his next court appearance via video link.
An activist in central Belarus has filed a lawsuit against municipal authorities accusing them of illegally banning a public gathering.
The Russian opposition Yabloko party has published its election program in 15 languages spoken in the Russian Federation in what it says is a response to the November 4 marches by nationalists across the country.
An activist in western Belarus was told by a court that she must pay some 6 million rubles ($685) for an evaluation that could exonerate her of charges of extremism.
The trial of the son of the Bishkek mayor in connection with a fatal traffic accident has been postponed until November 15 due to the suspect being ill.
G20 leaders say they have agreed to boost the financial resources of the International Monetary Fund (IMF).
Israeli naval vessels have intercepted two ships attempting to break the blockade on Gaza, and Israeli troops have reportedly boarded the two ships.
Hundreds of people have lined up in front of Cartu Bank offices in Tbilisi in recent days to open an account in support of opposition billionaire Bidzina Ivanishvili.
Defeated Kyrgyz presidential candidate Kamchybek Tashiev has announced his decision to halt protests by his supporters against the election results.
Several thousand nationalists are marching in Moscow to call for ethnic Russians to "take back" Russia.
Syria's state television has announced an amnesty for those who surrender their weapons by November 12.
The vote was held after Papandreou called for the formation of a new coalition government to approve the 130 billion euro bailout deal that Greece needs to avoid bankruptcy.