A Russian military aircraft crashed during a training mission on July 6, killing both pilots, the Defense Ministry said.
Russian investigators have rejected a request by jailed Ukrainian pilot Nadia Savchenko to be tried by a jury.
The Islamic State (IS) extremist group has regained control of the northern Syrian town of Ein Issa that was captured by Kurdish fighters two weeks ago, a monitoring group said.
Dozens of Afghans staged a protest rally on July 6 to condemn an appeal court's ruling that overturned the death sentences for four men convicted in the mob killing of a woman in Kabul in March.
An Iraqi warplane accidentally bombed a district in Baghdad, killing at least seven people.
Armenian police have removed protesters from an avenue in central Yerevan occupied by demonstrators protesting against electricity price hikes.
Afghan officials said a bomb blast at a police checkpoint in the southern city of Kandahar has killed three people and wounded 13 others.
Frustrated and angry European leaders gave the Greek prime minister a last-ditch chance to come up with sweeping reforms to save his country from financial ruin.
The carcass of the last missing tiger from the flooded zoo in Georgia's capital has been found on the ground of a swimming pool complex.
One person was killed and several others injured in an explosion at a weapons factory in Montenegro.
Five Ukrainian soldiers have been killed and three injured by a land mine in the restive east.
A roadside bomb attack has killed at least three Pakistani soldiers and injured six others in the country's lawless tribal areas.