Serbia says it will step up efforts to halt illegal immigrants crossing its border from Macedonia.
The Ukrainian military says one of its servicemen has been killed and 10 others wounded in fighting in the country’s east.
A former U.S. ambassador to Iraq has accused Iran of playing an "unhelpful" and "very damaging" role in Iraq by furthering sectarian tensions in the war-torn country.
A court in Azerbaijan has sentenced 10 people to jail terms of between four to 15 years for joining the Islamic State extremist group.
President Petro Poroshenko has proposed constitutional changes designed to give broader powers to Ukraine’s regions.
Russia's Constitutional Court has upheld the legality of early parliamentary elections, clearing the way for lawmakers to vote on bringing forward next year's State Duma elections by three months.
A Pakistani official says the head of Al-Qaeda in the country is among four militants killed in a police raid in the eastern province of Punjab.
Border clashes between Pakistani and Afghan security forces have killed at least one person and wounded two.
An army general has been arrested for trafficking some 19 kilograms of heroin in the northern Afghan Province of Baghlan.
Russia says a request to look into the legality of the three Baltic countries' independence from the Soviet Union has “no legal prospects.”
Russia is set to boycott a session of the OSCE's Parliamentary Assembly in Helsinki next week after Finland said it would block Russian State Duma speaker Sergei Naryshkin and five other Russian delegates from attending.
The head of the UN nuclear agency (IAEA) is visiting Tehran on July 1 as nuclear negotiations between Iran and six major powers were extended for another week.