The leaders of Italy, France, and Germany have vowed to boost joint European security efforts in the wake of Islamic extremist attacks.
A court in Russia has order that Nikita Belykh, the former governor of the Kirov region who has spent two months in custody on a charge of accepting a bribe, should be kept there until December 24.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has said in Havana his visit would open a new chapter in the Islamic Republic’s relations with Communist-ruled Cuba.
Supporters of a powerful political party in Pakistan have attacked the offices of a television channel in the southern city of Karachi.
Around 100 U.S. troops in Afghanistan have been deployed to a southern city at risk of falling to the Taliban.
CNN Turk has reported that Turkish authorities have suspended 95 police officers, including police chiefs, in Istanbul, the latest move in a sweeping crackdown following a failed coup last month.
Finland’s defense minister says the Nordic country is negotiating a defense collaboration agreement with the United States and aims to sign it this autumn.
A court in Armenia has rejected more appeals filed by some of the three dozen members of an armed group that seized and held a police station in Yerevan last month.
A Russian judge who presided over high-profile hearings against Ukrainian aviator Nadia Savchenko has stepped down, according to a report.
Iraqi police say they apprehended a would-be suicide bomber in the northern city of Kirkuk before he was able to detonate his explosives belt.
Kyrgyz authorities say Uzbek border guards have entered disputed territory along their shared border in the southern region of Jalal-Abad.
Turkey has said its border areas with Syria must be "completely cleansed" of the Islamic State group, after the government said the extremists were involved in a deadly attack in the country's south over the weekend.