Three opposition parties in Kosovo have agreed to unite and plan to form a government following the June 8 parliamentary election.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said Moscow welcomes Ukraine's decision to establish humanitarian corridors in eastern Ukraine where government forces continue fighting pro-Russian separatists.
Actress and UN envoy Angelina Jolie and British Foreign Secretary William Hague have opened an international summit in London to focus attention on the rape of women in war zones and conflict areas.
Dozens of people have gathered near a penal colony in the town of Arshaly, near the Kazakh capital, Astana, to demand that they be allowed to see incarcerated relatives who may have maimed themselves.
At least two Russian nationals are among 13 people who reportedly were killed when a bus went off the road in India and plunged into a mountain river.
A bomb attack on an Iraqi funeral procession in the central city of Baquba has left at least 20 people dead and dozens wounded.
The chairman of the opposition Islamic Renaissance Party of Tajikistan (HNIT), Muhiddin Kabiri, was pelted with eggs and tomatoes on a visit to the southern city of Kulob.
A Georgian national has been arrested in Belarus for attempting to hijack a plane.
Russia launched military maneuvers in its European exclave, Kaliningrad, on June 10, one day after NATO began its own war games near the Russian border.
All 229 people who were hospitalized last week with poisoning symptoms in Russia's North Caucasus Chechen Republic have been released from hospitals.
Police in Russia's North Caucasus Republic of Daghestan say they killed a man after a shooting incident along the Buinaksk-Untsukul highway late on June 9.
The popular video-sharing website YouTube has been partially blocked in Tajikistan.