At least 18 civilians were killed and dozens wounded in violence on June 28 across Iraq's western Anbar Province.
The Pakistani military claims it has killed 23 suspected militants in air strikes on the country's restive tribal regions near the Afghan border.
Thousands of antigovernment demonstrators in the Armenian capital continue to protest on Yerevan's central Baghramian Avenue despite calls by police to leave the avenue.
A senior U.S. official said Iran nuclear negotiations will go past the June 30 deadline.
A senior ethnic Uyghur official in China's far western region of Xinjiang is being investigated for corruption.
Moldovans are voting in runoffs for local elections which are considered a test of whether the country is committed to European integration or will seek closer ties with Russia.
Armenian President Serzh Sarkisian has vowed financial help to Armenians to deal with a planned electricity price hike that has sparked protests mainly in the capital.
Armenia says one of its soldiers has been killed in clashes with troops from neighboring Azerbaijan.
At least 10 people were killed in bombings in Baghdad on June 27.
Iran will reach a nuclear deal with world powers if the other side does not make "excessive demands," Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said in Vienna on June 27 for the final stage of talks.
Afghan troops have retaken control of Waygal district in the mountainous Nuristan Province on the border with Pakistan, a day after the district fell to the Taliban, according to officials.
Activists from the protest movement that has rallied thousands in the Armenian capital, Yerevan, against electricity price hikes say “suspicious people” have begun to harass members of the group and peaceful demonstrators.