NATO says an American F-16 jet has crashed in eastern Afghanistan, killing the U.S. pilot.
Police in France are questioning three suspected Islamic extremists deported from Pakistan this week.
The president of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia has criticized a scheduled Serbian-organized UN debate on the tribunal, saying it "poses questions in terms of fundamental respect for the rule of law."
Iran's chief nuclear negotiator says world powers must recognize the Islamic republic's right to enrich uranium for there to be a breakthrough in talks over its disputed nuclear program.
Ukraine will not extradite Tajikistan's former Prime Minister Abdumalik Abdullojonov to his home country.
A global journalistic investigation has revealed the names of 130,000 people from 170 nations who allegedly put their money in offshore accounts.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has met with Turkmen President Gurbanguly Berdymukhammedov for talks in Ashgabat.
Authorities in the Russian city of St. Petersburg have investigated the operations of the international Catholic charity group Caritas.
Pakistan's Army says two of its soldiers sustained light injuries when Afghan militants attacked a border post.
Afghan officials say a NATO air strike has killed at least four Afghan police officers and two civilians.
Ukrainian lawmakers representing the ruling Party of Regions and the Communist Party have met for a parliamentary session without opposition factions.
The U.S. nonprofit organization the National Democratic Institute (NDI) is criticizing the media in Azerbaijan for their reports on its activities.