Russia's No.2 oil producer, Lukoil, is seeking opportunities for growth in the Middle East as Iran opens its oil fields to international partners, a senior executive says
Avalanches triggered by warm weather following heavy snowfall have killed at least seven people in Tajikistan's mountainous south.
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has cut short a working visit to Germany to oversee an emergency situation that has developed around the eastern Ukrainian town of Avdiivka.
A youth activist in Russia's Tatarstan region is being tried on terror-related charges over a social-media post praising the killing of 49 people at a gay nightclub in Florida last year.
Police in Quebec City said six people were killed and eight injured in a shooting at a local mosque during prayer time.
Authorities say two police officers and three alleged militants have been killed in Russia's volatile North Caucasus region of Chechnya.
Thousands of people marched through the Romanian capital of Bucharest and other cities to protest government plans to pardon corrupt politicians and decriminalize other offenses.
Jordan's King Abdullah will travel to Washington on January 30 to meet with U.S. officials, although it remains uncertain if he will hold talks with President Donald Trump.
A French-Canadian student was charged with premeditated murder in the killing of six people at a mosque in Canada’s Quebec City in what Prime Minister Justin Trudeau called "a terrorist attack."
Macedonia's conservative leader has failed to reach a deal with his traditional ethnic Albanian allies to form a new government as the midnight deadline expired on January 29.
The White House says President Donald Trump and Saudi Arabia's King Salman agreed to support safe zones in Syria and Yemen in an hour-long phone call.
A renowned Iran filmmaker whose latest movie is up for an Academy Award announced he would boycott next month's Hollywood ceremony in protest of the new U.S. immigration restrictions.