The NATO-led coalition in Afghanistan says five of its personnel, including two British soldiers, have been killed in a "nonhostile" helicopter crash at the mission’s headquarters in Kabul.
Russian authorities say they have arrested a group of people planning to carry out a terrorist attack in Moscow.
Russian President Vladimir Putin met with Saudi Arabia’s defense minister on October 11 for a dialogue that Moscow said would boost the two countries’ cooperation in Syria.
Syrian government forces have reportedly made significant advances against rebels, as President Vladimir Putin defended Russia's air campaign in Syria.
Iran’s parliament has given initial approval to a bill allowing Tehran to implement a nuclear deal with world powers that would significantly curb its atomic activities in exchange for some sanctions relief.
An Iranian court has reportedly convicted Washington Post journalist Jason Rezaian in a case that has impeded efforts to ease hostility between Tehran and Washington.
Iraqi security forces said on October 11 that they struck the convoy of Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi in an air strike near the country’s border with Syria.
Iran announced on October 11 that it had successfully tested a new domestically produced long-range missile.
A suicide bomber detonated his explosive-laden car near a foreign military convoy in downtown Kabul during the morning rush hour on October 11.
The U.S. military officer who headed a hearing in the case of a sergeant accused of leaving his post in Afghanistan has reportedly recommended that the man be spared a prison sentence.
The U.S. Department of Defense says it will seek to make "condolence payments" to families of victims of an air strike on a hospital in northern Afghanistan.
The Pentagon said the United States and Russia made "progress" during talks designed to avoid accidents in Syrian airspace as the two countries conduct separate bombing campaigns.