The son of Iran’s last shah has urged Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi to intervene to help an Iranian activist jailed in Italy, saying he risks execution if he is extradited.
Several hundred people have protested in a wooded park in northeastern Moscow against new antiterrorism legislation that critics have denounced as a massive state encroachment on privacy and civil liberties.
India has summoned Pakistan's high commissioner in New Delhi to protest against what it said was the continued infiltration of militants from across the border.
British Prime Minister Theresa May has urged the Iranian president to resolve the case of a British-Iranian aid worker who faces trial in Iran.
Macedonia has raised the death toll from violent storms that hit the capital, Skopje, over the weekend to 22.
The Russian and Turkish presidents have said their countries were entering a new phase in their relations after recent disputes.
A committee meeting in Kosovo's parliament had to be evacuated after a noxious protest by a member of the opposition Self-Determination Movement against a controversial border demarcation plan with Montenegro.
An Iraqi court has dropped corruption charges against parliament speaker Salim al-Jaburi.
Opposition lawmakers in Kosovo have launched tear gas to disrupt the work of a parliamentary commission on a border demarcation agreement with neighboring Montenegro.
Police in Afghanistan say a suicide attack in a crowded market in the northern city of Mazar-i-Sharif has killed at least one person and wounded more than a dozen.
Turkey is upping pressure on the United States to hand over a Muslim cleric who Ankara blames for a failed coup on July 15.
Russia's top ice-hockey league has temporarily banned a Barys Astana player from competition after he fought with multiple players during a preseason game in the Kazakh capital on August 8.