Media reports in Crimea say the body of one of two missing Crimean Tatars was found in the annexed region's capital, Simferopol, on October 14.
Russian authorities are conducting a census in Crimea.
Graves of Turkish soldiers and officers killed in the Crimean War have been vandalized in the Crimean port city of Sevastopol.
Crimea's parliament has elected Sergei Aksyonov head of the annexed peninsula in a unanimous vote.
A court in Russia's Republic of Tatarstan has sentenced four members of a banned Islamic group to at least a year in prison on charges of recruitment and distributing hate literature.
A well-known Tatar writer, activist and the leader of the self-proclaimed pan-Tatar Milli Mejlis (National Assembly), Fauziya Bayramova (eds: a woman), received a suspended one-year jail sentence.
The Russian authories are making the Muslim holiday Eid al-Adha an official day off in Crimea for the first time.
The Crimean office of Russia's Investigative Committee says it has launched an investigation into the apparent kidnapping of two Crimean Tatars.
Veteran Crimean Tatar leader Mustafa Dzhemilev says that authorities in Russian-annexed Crimea have transferred his arrested son from the peninsula to Russia's Krasnodar region.
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) says the Ukraine crisis is weighing heavily on economies where the bank operates, including Central and Southeastern Europe and the former Soviet republics.
Russian security forces have raided the Crimean Tatar assembly and the home of one of its members.
Some Crimean Tatars spent September 14 cooking meat pies to boycott the first local elections since Russia annexed the peninsula they call home.