Britain's regulator of premium rate phone services has fined a Russian company around $79,000 for "serious breaches" of its code, including price violations, misleading information and issuing charges without consent.
Azerbaijan's President Ilham Aliyev faces growing international criticism for pardoning an Azerbaijani army officer who was sentenced to life in prison for the 2004 ax murder of an Armenian military officer.
The commander of Iran's air defense forces has said that Iran has completed about 30 percent of a new missile defense system.
Russia's Foreign Ministry has criticized Azerbaijan and Hungary over the release of an Azerbaijani army officer who had been sentenced to life in prison for killing an Armenian military officer.
The UN's war crimes court has rejected a request by Bosnian Serb wartime leader Radovan Karadzic for a new trial.
Lawyers for the three jailed members of the Russian feminist punk band Pussy Riot have rejected an offer for the women to apologize on state television for performing a song insulting President Vladimir Putin inside an Orthodox church.
About a dozen journalists rose from their seats and displayed posters condemning media censorship by the Ukrainian government during a speech by President Viktor Yanukovych.
Kyrgyz President Almazbek Atambaev has dismissed Bishkek's ambassador to Belarus, Erik Asanaliev.
Three political parties in Kyrgyzstan have signed an agreement to form a new ruling coalition.
The Kremlin has announced that Russian President Vladimir Putin has accepted the resignation of the director of the Khrunichev Space Center, which is responsible for manufacturing launch rockets and satellites.
Commemorations are being held in Moscow and elsewhere in Russia to remember Russian victims of acts of terrorism.
Kyrgyzstan has announced the arrest on suspicion of bribe-taking of an official of the Social Protection Ministry who worked to arrange the adoption of Kyrgyz children by foreigners.