The European Court for Human Rights has ordered the Georgian government to pay 20,000 euros ($25,000) to a former state audit agency chief who was imprisoned in a corruption case.
Uzbekistan is allowing foreigners to hunt animals, including rare and endangered species, in exchange for cash.
The Grozny Air civil aviation company, based in the Russia's Chechnya region, is pressing ahead with plans to launch regular flights from Yerevan to Crimea, despite protests from Kyiv.
An appellate court in the French city of Lyon has authorized the extradition of fugitive Kazakh banker Mukhtar Ablyazov.
Russian President Vladimir Putin is paying an official visit to Serbia for talks with officials and will be the guest of honor at Serbia's first military parade in some 30 years.
An 8-year-old boy whose father had taken with him to Syria has returned to Kosovo.
The house arrest of an associate of outspoken Kremlin critic Aleksei Navalny has been extended.
Lawmaker Kurmanbek Dyikanbaev told RFE/RL on October 15 that 79 deputies voted for the legislation, while seven voted against it.
Demonstrators have clashed with police outside the Ukrainian parliament during a raucous protest that prompted the legislature to go into recess.
Afghan officials say at least eight people have been killed in two separate attacks.
A Kyrgyz teenager has committed suicide after being snatched as a bride in the northern Kochkor district.
Bosnia-Herzegovina's Central Election Commission says an opposition candidate is winning the election for the Serb seat in the country's tripartite presidency.