Uzbek authorities have barred the wife and a son of exiled opposition leader Bahodir Choriev from entering the country.
Moscow has seen its largest opposition protest since President Vladimir Putin's inauguration to a third presidential term in May 2012.
Afghan officials say the Taliban has killed two high-school students in the northeastern Konar Province after accusing them of spying for the government.
Anti-gay activists led by a city lawmaker have disrupted a gay rights festival in the Russian city of St. Petersburg, dousing participants with green liquid and releasing a gas that made many feel sick.
A spokesman for Gulnara Karimova says the eldest daughter of Uzbek President Islam Karimov is prepared to face a fair trial but won't get one in Uzbekistan.
Georgia's parliament is debating a bill to delay the broader use of jury trials by two years.
Belarusian police have searched apartments linked to members of the opposition Malady Front (Youth Front).
A court in Kyrgyzstan opened a new in absentia-trial of former President Kurmanbek Bakiev's son Maksim on September 17.
Police in Kyrgyzstan have thwarted plans for a protest over electricity prices by detaining three organizers.
The Georgian tycoon who led an opposition coalition to power in 2012 has defended Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili amid a feud in the South Caucasus nation's leadership.
Russian security forces have raided the Crimean Tatar assembly and the home of one of its members.
The Vatican's foreign minister has voiced support for Georgia during the first such visit to the South Caucasus nation in 11 years.