UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres is heading to St. Petersburg to address an economic conference and meet with the Russian president and foreign minister.
Unknown assailants have attacked the landlord of Russian opposition leader Aleksei Navalny's election campaign headquarters in Irkutsk, Navalny's staff coordinator in the Siberian city says.
Moscow has ordered five Moldovan and two Estonian diplomats to leave Russia following the expulsion of Russian diplomats from the two countries.
Two leading politicians in Montenegro have fallen victim to Russian pranksters who posed as the president and prime minister of Ukraine in telephone calls last week, officials in the Balkan country say.
Russia's interference in Ukraine is just one sign of a broad attempt to destabilize democracies around the world, U.S. Senator Cory Booker has told RFE/RL.
The Macedonian parliament is expected to vote to install a new government and end the long-standing political deadlock in the Balkan country.
Amnesty International says it plans to hand petitions against the abuse of gay men in Chechnya to Russian embassies around the world on June 2.
President Donald Trump is expected to pull the United States out of the 2015 Paris climate agreement, U.S. media report.
Russia has lifted some of the sanctions it imposed on Turkey after a Turkish military jet shot down a Russian warplane near the Syrian border in November 2015.
Dozens of people have demonstrated in the Georgian capital to protest the alleged abduction and forcible return of Azerbaijani investigative journalist Afqan Muxtarli to Baku.
A monument honoring the victims of a 1931-33 famine widely blamed on the Soviet government's forced farm collectivization campaign has been unveiled in Kazakhstan’s largest city, Almaty.
Kyrgyz lawmakers are considering a bill that nongovernmental organizations say restricts the rights of independent observers in elections in the Central Asian country.