A junior partner in Moldova's coalition government says it is ready to accept a castling between acting President Marian Lupu and Prime Minister Vlad Filat as a way out of the country's prolonged political deadlock.
A military court in Uzbekistan has sentenced a Tajik citizen to 12 years in prison on espionage charges.
The Azerbaijani Foreign Ministry has formally protested anti-Azerbaijani statements allegedly made by an Iranian official.
British police say they have arrested a suspect in connection with the robbery of a Malaysian student during riots in London this week by a group who pretended to be helping him.
Poland's Foreign Ministry said today that authorities in Belarus did receive banking information about activist Ales Byalyatski from the Polish Prosecutor-General's Office.
Belarusian President Alyaksandr Lukashenka has pardoned nine of the 41 people convicted for taking part in the massive December 19 protests that followed his disputed reelection.
Russian billionaire Mikhail Prokhorov, who has embarked on a political career, made a surprise call today for Russia to adopt the euro, saying the bold move would "rescue" Europe.
Thousands of striking oil workers have gone to the ruling Nur-Otan party's headquarters in western Kazakhstan to officially quit the party.
A man fired shots and set off a smoke bomb today at the Defense Ministry in Estonia's capital, Tallinn, before being shot dead by police.
The hard-line daily newspapers "Kayhan" and "Resalat" have called for a new round of "media purification" in Iran.
An Indonesian militant who allegedly played a key role in the 2002 Bali bombings has arrived in Indonesia after being extradited from Pakistan.
The Israeli interior minister has given final approval for the construction of 1,600 new settler homes in East Jerusalem.