Russian officials and activists respond with skepticism after officials in the U.S. state of Texas rule that the death of 3-year-old Russian-born Max Shatto was accidental.
Chad’s President Idress Deby has announced that his country’s troops have killed a senior Al-Qaeda commander in northern Mali.
Announcing the news to Russian media on March 1, former Bank of Moscow head Andrei Borodin said the legal case against him in Russia was politically motivated.
The opposition in Macedonia has reversed a previous decision to boycott this month's local elections, following talks with the ruling party and European Union Enlargement Commissioner Stefan Fuele.
Spanish authorities have announced the arrest of three suspected Chechen Islamist militants in France.
Hundreds of people have gathered in central Yerevan to commemorate victims of the deadly 2008 postelection clashes between Armenian security forces and protesters.
Local authorities say the March 1 accident at the Soda-Khlorat plant in the city of Berezniki caused the release of a large amount of liquid chlorine.
Belarusian President Alyaksandr Lukashenka has threatened to dismiss his country's government because of poor economic results.
Construction crews have stopped trying to remove part of one of the few remaining stretches of the Berlin Wall following protests.
Iraq's Finance Minister Rafia al-Issawi has announced his resignation at an antigovernment protest.
Georgian Foreign Minister Maja Panjikidze has told journalists she is hopeful that the second round of talks on the normalization of Russia-Georgia relations will be "productive and fruitful."
A U.S. official says Secretary of State John Kerry will "express concerns" over comments by Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan branding Zionism a "crime against humanity."