U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry says two days of talks in Kabul with Afghanistan’s presidential candidates have led to an agreement on an internationally supervised audit of ballots.
Pakistani military officials say they launched a fresh wave of air strikes in their North Waziristan offensive on July 12, killing at least 13 militants.
Reports from Moscow say 64-year-old Russian opposition politician and activist Valeriya Novodvorskaya has died at a Moscow hospital.
The United Nations has warned that Iraq's deeply-divided politicians must quickly form a new government quickly or risk descent into "chaos."
The European Union has added 11 so-called officials of the self-declared separatist republics in eastern Ukraine to its list of individuals subject to travel bans and asset freezes over the Ukraine crisis.
Afghan officials say roadside bombs have killed at least 10 people in Afghanistan.
Top officials from the United States, Germany and Britain are due in Vienna this weekend to join ongoing world power nuclear talks with Iran.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has arrived in Argentina, the third stop in his visit to Latin America.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry holds a second day of meetings in Kabul on July 12 in a bid to resolve Afghanistan's disputed presidential election.
The European Union, Russia, and Ukraine on July 11 decided to set up a consultation mechanism to address Russian concerns about Ukraine's Association Agreement signed with the EU last month.
Reporters Without Borders has condemned a five-year prison sentence issued against a 19-year-old blogger and opposition activist, Omar Mamedov.
Authorities in Azerbaijan's breakaway region of Nagorno-Karabakh region say their forces have captured at least one Azerbaijani soldier who they say was involved in a commando raid from the Azerbaijani side.