North Korea claimed that it has successfully tested a new type of mid-range to long-range missile, and warned the United States that it is in its "sighting range" for a strike.
Former reformist President Mohammad Khatami urged Iranian voters in an online video to reelect President Hassan Rohani on May 19.
The famed Cannes Film Festival will celebrate its 70th anniversary this year when it starts on May 17 along the French Riviera.
A portrait of Soviet dictator Josef Stalin has been hung at a Moscow metro station in celebration of the 82nd anniversary of the opening of the Russian capital’s underground transport network.
An RFE/RL reporter has been attacked for the second time in two months while investigating potential vote buying.
U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson says it is clear that Russia meddled in last year's presidential election, and that Washington and Moscow will not be able to restart with "a clean slate."
The United States has condemned Iran's imprisonment of leaders of the Baha'i religious minority and called on Tehran to release them and other prisoners of conscience.
Ukraine's interior minister says police have detained a notorious prankster who jumped onto the stage during the Eurovision Song Contest in Kyiv and bared his buttocks as a Ukrainian singer was performing.
A Kazakh journalist and civic activist has been hospitalized after he was reportedly stabbed in the stomach before he planned to meet European officials to discuss media freedoms.
Thousands of people have taken to the streets of Moscow to protest the proposed demolitions of Soviet-era housing blocks in the Russian capital.
Over 480 asylum seekers and refugees have been rescued in the Mediterranean as they attempted to make the dangerous journey from North Africa, with seven bodies recovered.
Emmanuel Macron has been sworn in as the new president of France in a ceremony at the Elysee Palace in Paris.