U.S. President Barack Obama reportedly expanded cyberattacks on Iran's nuclear program even after the Stuxnet virus was accidentally made public in 2010.
France's Foreign Ministry says government ministers will boycott matches held in Ukraine during the Euro 2012 football championship in protest at Kyiv's treatment of jailed opposition leader Yulia Tymoshenko.
The United Nations Human Rights Council has called for a UN inquiry to identify and prosecute the perpetrators of last week's massacre in Houla.
Cinemas in Kazakhstan have stopped showing "The Dictator," the satire from "Borat" comic actor Sacha Baron Cohen, after two weeks.
The office of the Polish presidency has said that U.S. President Barack Obama had expressed regret in a letter to his Polish counterpart for having referred to a Nazi death camp as a "Polish death camp."
Ukraine’s prosecutor-general says the case of the April explosions in the eastern city of Dnipropetrovsk, which he called "terrorist actions," has been solved.
Kazakhstan’s President Nursultan Nazarbaev has called the apparent killing of a group of Kazakh guards along the Kazakh-Chinese border “a terrorist act.”
Reports say at least three Kosovar Serbs and a NATO soldier have been injured in a clash that broke out on June 1 as NATO troops tried to dismantle a roadblock set up by ethnic Serbs in northern Kosovo.
Azerbaijan's government says it is launching a program to pay compensation to depositors in the Soviet-era Azerbaijan Savings Bank, which collapsed in the early 1990s during the breakup of the former U.S.S.R.
British-based energy company BP says it is considering selling its 50-percent stake in its Russian joint venture.
Moves to strengthen economic links and the conflict in Syria are expected to top the agenda as Russian President Vladimir Putin meets the leaders of France and Germany, the two biggest European Union economies.
Mikhail Prokhorov, who came in third in Russia's March presidential election, is reportedly considering becoming a candidate for the post of Moscow's mayor.