A leading Armenian journalist has voiced concern over the fate of Leyla Yunus, a prominent human rights activist imprisoned in Azerbaijan, amid reports about Yunus's deteriorating health.
A court in Moldova has upheld a ban on a new pro-Russian party to compete in the November 30 elections.
Afghanistan's upper house of parliament has overwhelmingly approved bilateral security agreements with the United States and separately with NATO that allow some 12,500 international troops to remain in the country beyond December 2014.
Officials say a suicide bomber riding a motorcycle has struck a British Embassy vehicle in the Afghan capital, Kabul, killing one British citizen and at least five Afghans.
Police in southern Kyrgyzstan have arrested a woman accused of selling an acquaintance into sexual slavery.
A lawyer for jailed Azerbaijani human rights activist Leyla Yunus says her health has deteriorated drastically.
Kyrgyzstan's parliament is discussing a controversial bill that would impose "foreign agent" status on nongovernmental organizations receiving funds from abroad.
Armenia's defense chief says his nation will retaliate against "any provocation by Azerbaijan from now on" following the downing of a helicopter by Azerbaijani forces near the breakaway territory of Nagorno-Karabakh.
Afghan officials say a suicide attack has killed at least 45 people and injured some 60 others at a volleyball tournament in the country’s eastern Paktika Province.
Security officials says Afghan troops have repelled Taliban insurgents from areas in western Farah Province the militants attacked earlier in the day.
Russian paratroopers landed in a Serbian field as part of an unprecedented military exercise in the Balkan nation, which is seeking to join the European Union.
Authorities in Azerbaijan’s breakaway Nagorno-Karabakh region have dismissed a statement by Baku warning it had declared the airspace over the territory closed.