Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has said a large-scale reshuffle is needed in the western region of Zakarpattya.
Greece's parliament approved tough economic reform measures demanded by European leaders in return for a new bailout, overcoming significant dissent within the governing leftist Syriza party.
The United States has circulated a draft resolution to the UN Security Council that would endorse the Iran nuclear deal and end targeted sanctions but retain an arms embargo and ballistic missile technology ban.
NATO and its allies are planning to hold the biggest military exercises since 2002 in an effort to counter the threat of Islamic State on the alliance’s southern flank.
U.S. President Barack Obama defended a landmark nuclear agreement reached with Iran saying the deal is in the United States' national interests.
The death toll in the military barracks collapse in the Siberian city of Omsk rose to 24 after a paratrooper died in hospital on July 15.
Kyrgyz authorities say a lawmaker has been detained after he was caught receiving a $100,000 bribe.
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has left Kyiv for the western region of Zakarpattya where deadly shootings between Right Sector and local police took place over the weekend.
Britain says it is hoping to reopen its embassy in Tehran by the end of the year following a nuclear deal between Iran and major world powers.
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras faced a growing wave of hostility from members of his own party on July 15 just hours before a vote in parliament on an austerity bill that is required for Greece to receive a new bailout package.
Russia says President Vladimir Putin has lambasted his Finnish counterpart over Helsinki's barring of Russian officials.
Kyrgyzstan's Foreign Ministry has officially protested to the U.S. State Department over the latter's decision to honor jailed Kyrgyz human rights defender Azimjan Askarov with a prestigious award.