The health of one of three jailed Kyrgyz opposition politicians who have been on hunger strike for several days is very serious, his lawyer says.
A British judge has ruled that Soviet-era dissident Vladimir Bukovsky is too ill to stand trial on charges of creating and possessing indecent images of children.
U.S. President Donald Trump has told Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin that "now is the time to work toward an enduring peace" between Israel and the Palestinian Authority, the White House says.
Opposition politician Mikheil Saakashvili has been deported from Ukraine, the State Border Guard Service said, after reports he had been detained by "kidnappers" in Kyiv and taken to an airport.
The Supreme Court of Belarus says it has started the trial of a Ukrainian journalist charged with espionage.
The Pakistani Taliban says its deputy leader died in a recent U.S. drone strike in Pakistan's northwestern tribal region of North Waziristan.
Russia's Federal Security Service (FSB) says it has detained a Ukrainian national in Russian-controlled Crimea on suspicion of espionage.
Afghan officials say a Taliban attack has killed 16 members of a pro-government militia force in the southern province of Helmand.
Academics in Iran and rights activists are calling for a serious and transparent investigation into the death of Iranian-Canadian academic and environmental activist Kavous Seyed-Emami in prison.
Iraq's reconstruction after almost three years of war with the extremist group Islamic State (IS) will cost $88.2 billion, Iraqi officials told an international conference on February 12.
The presidents of Croatia and Serbia have pledged to intensify work on border issues, minority rights, and searching for missing persons from their 1990s war, in an effort to improve strained bilateral ties.
Russian authorities began examining two flight recorders from a plane that crashed outside Moscow while the airline operator grounded similar plane models in its fleet.