Two senior Islamic State leaders were killed in an air strike in northeastern Syria on July 13, a monitoring group said.
U.S. Assistant Secretary of State Victoria Nuland called on Macedonian leaders to end an ongoing political crisis.
More than two dozen people were injured when a bomb exploded inside a mosque compound in northern Afghanistan on the evening of July 13.
Russia says a London bank account held by its state-owned media behemoth Rossia Segodnya has been “closed” by British authorities in a move it linked to Ukraine-related sanctions imposed by the EU.
A Balkan drug lord was sentenced to 20 years in prison by a Serbian court on July 13 for trafficking 5.7 tons of cocaine from South America to Europe.
An indictment against jailed Ukrainian pilot and parliament member Nadia Savchenko has been sent to the Donetsk Town Court in Russia's Rostov region, the Russian Prosecutor-General's Office reported on July 13.
The death toll from a July 12 suicide car bombing close to a U.S. base in southeastern Afghanistan has risen to 33 people, according to an Afghan official.
Forty-five foreigners have been arrested in Turkey after allegedly trying to enter Syria illegally to join the Islamic State (IS) militant group, Turkish media said.
The U.S. Justice Department has won permission to seize $300 million allegedly linked to a Russian-Uzbek bribery scandal involving a close relative of Uzbek President Islam Karimov.
Romanian prosecutors said on July 13 that they have indicted Prime Minister Victor Ponta in a criminal investigation into forgery, tax evasion, and money laundering.
The Iraqi government said in a statement that Iraq received a first batch of F-16 fighter jets from the United States on July 13.
Iranian state media said the trial of Washington Post reporter Jason Rezaian resumed behind closed doors in Tehran on July 13.