President Barack Obama has said the United States has done everything it can to convince Russia to change course in Ukraine, where the government is battling pro-Russian separatists.
An official from the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) has condemned the growing crackdown on civil society in Azerbaijan.
The new head of the Organization for Security and Cooperation (OSCE) mission to Moldova has arrived in Chisinau to begin his term.
A former mayor of Kyrgyzstan's capital -- Bishkek, Isa Omurkulov, has been acquitted in a high-profile corruption case.
Uzbek authorities suspended Internet and messaging services across the country on August 1 to prevent cheating at university entrance exams.
A large team of international experts has gotten to work recovering bodies at the crash site of Malaysian airliner MH17 in separatist-controlled eastern Ukraine.
Poland is marking the 70th anniversary of the beginning of the Warsaw Uprising, when thousands of poorly armed civilians rose up against Nazi German forces in August 1944.
A ship used by the environmental organization Greenpeace to protest against Russian oil drilling in the Arctic is on its way to the Netherlands after being held for nearly a year by Russian authorities.
Armenian Defense Ministry's press secretary has blamed Azerbaijani officials for the latest deadly clashes near Azerbaijan's breakaway region of Nagorno-Karabakh.
Russia says it will impose import duties from August 30 on Moldovan meat, vegetables, sugar and wine.
Russian prosecutors have called for the outspoken Kremlin critic Aleksei Navalny to be jailed after allegedly using the Internet in breach of his house arrest conditions.
A court in Kyrgyzstan's capital, Bishkek, has allowed former parliament speaker Akmatbek Keldibekov, who is on trial for corruption, to receive urgent medical treatment abroad.