Milo Djukanovic has declared victory in Montenegro's presidential election after preliminary projections showed he won the vote outright and avoided a runoff.
Tens of thousands of Hungarians protested in Budapest on April 14 against what organizers said was an unfair election system that gave Prime Minister Viktor Orban a landslide victory at the polls.
U.S. President Donald Trump has praised an overnight military strike on Syria as a "perfectly executed" operation that "couldn't have achieved a better result."
Eight Egyptian soldiers and 14 militants are reported to have been killed in fighting in central Sinai on April 14.
Thousands of people have jammed into a central square in the Armenian capital, protesting new government changes that could keep former President Serzh Sarkisian in power.
An unmanned Iranian aircraft shot down in February in Israeli airspace was armed with explosives and on a mission to attack the Jewish state, Israel's military has claimed.
Romanian President Klaus Iohannis has given the go-ahead for the prosecution of two former leaders on charges of crimes against humanity for their roles in the country's deadly anticommunist revolt.
Russian intelligence agencies had been spying on Sergei and Yulia Skripal for at least five years before they were poisoned with a nerve agent, Britain's National Security Adviser Mark Sedwill said on April 13.
The European Union’s ambassador to Russia has returned to Moscow less than three weeks after being recalled by the EU foreign-policy chief amid severe tensions, the EU has confirmed to RFE/RL.
The Russian military says a navy helicopter has crashed during a night training flight, killing both pilots.
Police have searched the house of the mayor of a town near Moscow where a garbage dump has sparked protests by residents angered by the toxic fumes emitted from the site.
A group of Russian State Duma members has proposed banning the import of a raft of U.S. goods and services in response to fresh U.S. sanctions.