A council of religious authorities in western Afghanistan has denounced what it calls “immoral” shows on Afghan television.
An apparent dispute between an Afghan soldier and a foreign soldier on the outskirts of Kabul has left the Afghan dead and the foreigner with wounds to his legs.
A Greenpeace activist has staged a two-hour protest on the Eiffel Tower in Paris to protest Russia's detention of 30 Greenpeace activists.
The head of Kyrgyzstan's State Border Service Kurmanakun Matenov has been temporarily relieved of his duties amid allegations he committed fraud.
A center-left party has finished first in the Czech parliamentary elections.
The widow of the former Yugoslav leader Josip Broz Tito is due to be buried in a Belgrade mausoleum, with full Serbian military honors.
Serbia's government says it will formally protest remarks Turkey's prime minister made during a visit to Kosovo this week.
Iran has hanged 16 "rebels" after an attack that killed 14 border guards and wounded five others near the border with Pakistan.
The EU has warned that a lack of trust with Washington could harm the fight against terrorism by undermining intelligence cooperation.
Reza Olangian faces up to life in prison if convicted.
EU leaders have ended a summit in Brussels dominated by concerns over allegations of U.S. spying on member states.
A British court has sentenced a Ukrainian man to a minimum of 40 years in prison for murdering an elderly Muslim and planting bombs near three mosques in England.