The Kyrgyz presidential envoy to parliament said today the country's presidential election may be held in September.
Iraqi lawmakers have decided to vacate their premises in the capital city's well-protected Green Zone and move to a new building in central Baghdad.
Belarusian police today detained dozens of people during an unauthorized antigovernment protest in Minsk.
Russia's President Dmitry Medvedev today ordered his cabinet to prepare a schedule to sell its controlling stakes in some key state companies.
Afghanistan's national soccer team lost today to Palestine 2-0 in Asian Zone qualifying for the 2014 World Cup in a game played in Tajikistan for security reasons.
A senior U.S. military official says close defense ties with Russia do not impede Armenia's growing military cooperation with NATO and the United States in particular.
U.S. President Barack Obama said today the U.S. mission in Afghanistan has been successful, but that he is not ready to declare victory just yet.
A Tajik police commander implicated in the death of a man in police custody has been appointed to a top Interior Ministry post.
Moldovan authorities say they have detained six men suspected of trying to sell uranium to an undisclosed African country.
U.S. President Barack Obama today said NATO's campaign against Libyan leader Muammar Qaddafi's regime has greatly diminished its strength and control.
Russia says it will restore power supplies to Belarus by July 1 after receiving a late payment from Minsk.
Britain says Iran has conducted covert tests of ballistic missiles and rocket launchers, including testing missiles capable of delivering a nuclear payload.