Eleven men have been given jail sentences for planning a terror attack in Britain with the approval of Al-Qaeda.
A U.S. Congressional panel has urged greater security cooperation between Washington and Moscow in the wake of the April 15 Boston Marathon attack.
A Pakistani prison official says a convicted Indian spy on death row was critically injured when he was attacked inside a prison in the eastern city of Lahore.
Russian police and security agents have detained 140 people following prayers at a mosque in Moscow.
Turkey has said its forces will show restraint when Kurdish rebels begin withdrawing from the country next month.
A court in the Russian region of Mordovia has denied a request for parole from Nadezhda Tolokonnikova, one of two jailed members of the feminist performance-art group Pussy Riot.
A U.S. military official says the number of prisoners at Guantanamo Bay on hunger strike has risen again.
President Vladimir Putin says Russia could change its agreements for the adoption of Russian children with France and other Western countries that are legalizing gay marriage.
Russia's Justice Ministry has warned Transparency International's Moscow office that it is engaged in political activities.
Police in Bosnia have raided government offices, including that of the president, in one of the country's two autonomous regions.
An unmanned Russian cargo spacecraft has successfully docked with the International Space Station (ISS), despite the failure earlier this week of an antenna on the craft to deploy properly.
U.S. President Barack Obama has promised a "vigorous investigation" into reports that Syrian forces have used chemical weapons.