A man has reportedly been stoned to death by Islamic State (IS) militants in Afghanistan's eastern Nangarhar Province.
Appeals against Bosnian Serb wartime leader Radovan Karadzic's 40-year prison sentence will be heard before judges at a UN tribunal at The Hague in April.
Several thousand Macedonians have taken to the streets in the capital, Skopje, to protest against a possible change of their country's name, as required by Greece to end a long-running dispute.
Hungary's Foreign Ministry has summoned the Ukrainian ambassador to warn against rising "extremism" after an ethnic Hungarian cultural center in western Ukraine was attacked for the second time in a month.
French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian has said Iran's ballistic-missile program is very worrying, and that it's necessary to avoid it becoming a factor that threatens the country's neighbors.
Ukrainian authorities say 14 police officers have been injured is scuffles with antigovernment protesters in the capital, Kyiv.
Russian experts have found Yury Dmitriyev, a historian and activist who is being tried on child pornography charges his supporters say are politically motivated, psychologically healthy.
Czech authorities have released a prominent leader of Syria’s Kurdish community who was detained in Prague over the weekend.
Uzbek journalist Muhammad Bekjon says authorities have lifted parole restrictions previously placed on him, one year after his release from almost 18 years behind bars.
A leading member of the Russian punk protest band Pussy Riot, Maria Alyokhina, has been detained in Russian-occupied Crimea for the second time in two days.
The International Energy Agency (IEA) says the United States will overtake Russia as the world’s biggest crude oil producer by 2019 at the latest, as U.S. shale output continues to grow.
Presidential candidate and journalist Ksenia Sobchak has called for an investigation into sexual harassment allegations against Leonid Slutsky, chairman of the State Duma’s International Relations Committee.