Iranian President Hassan Rohani says his country will face new conditions once the sanctions are removed, which he suggested could happen in the coming months.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says Turkey has received intelligence reports suggesting that a double suicide bombing in Ankara that killed 97 people on October 10 was planned by militants who "originated" the attacks from Syria.
The Czech Republic's ombudsman is condemning conditions at a detention facility for asylum seekers in her country, saying they violate the United Nations' Convention on the Rights of the Child and the European Convention on Human Rights.
A court in Moscow has sent three men to pretrial detention on suspicion of plotting a terrorist attack in the Russian capital.
Azerbaijan is considering moving to a floating exchange rate for its national currency, the manat.
Two rockets have hit the Russian Embassy in the Syrian capital as pro-government supporters gathered outside to thank Moscow for its intervention in Syria.
Amnesty International accused a Syrian Kurdish militia supported by the United States of committing war crimes by driving out thousands of non-Kurdish civilians and demolishing their homes.
At least 13 people, including several children, have been killed when a landslide hit three makeshift homes in a slum in Pakistan's port city of Karachi.
Iran's official IRNA news agency reports the Iranian parliament has given its backing to the government to implement a nuclear deal with world powers.
Dutch investigators say the Malaysia Airlines passenger plane that crashed in a conflict zone in eastern Ukraine in July 2014 was brought down by a Russian-made surface-to-air missile.
The Taliban say they are withdrawing from Kunduz, a strategic city in northern Afghanistan that fell to the militant Islamic extremists in September.
The prime minister of Iraqi Kurdistan has fired four cabinet ministers and barred the speaker of parliament from entering the capital in an escalating political crisis that threatens to destabilize the region.