European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker has said Europe must improve its relationship with Russia.
U.S. officials are quoted as saying four of the cruise missiles that Russia has fired at Syrian targets crashed in Iran.
Defense Secretary Ash Carter says the United States has asked NATO allies to “remain flexible” as the alliance reviews its plans to withdraw troops from Afghanistan.
Turkish authorities say they have arrested six suspected Islamic State (IS) militants on suspicion of minting coins for use in areas controlled by the extremist group.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has warned Russia that its military actions in Syria are endangering its economic interests in Turkey.
Armenian President Serzh Sarkisian has signed a decree setting December 6 as the date for the country’s referendum to change the constitution in order to establish a parliamentary republic.
Opposition lawmakers in Kosovo released tear gas into the parliament chamber on October 8 to protest the government’s recent deal with Serbia.
NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg says the alliance has renewed assurances to defend "all allies against any threat," amid new tensions with Russia over its aerial campaign in Syria.
Doctors Without Borders (MSF) says it will review its operations in Afghanistan following the deadly U.S. air strike on a hospital in northern Afghanistan.
A police officer has been wounded in an attack by unknown armed men in the volatile region of Daghestan in Russia's North Caucasus.
Russia has found another person guilty of espionage by providing confidential information to Ukrainian officials.
The International Criminal Court (ICC) says its prosecutor plans to investigate possible war crimes or crimes against humanity committed in the 2008 military conflict between Russia and Georgia.