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.
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.
Belarusian citizens fighting in Ukraine's east on either side of the conflict will be jailed.
Heavy fighting has continued in Iraq's Sunni-dominated Anbar Province between Islamic State (IS) militants and Iraqi government forces that are supported by U.S.-led coalition air strikes.
Central Asian governments are trying to prevent young men from evading mandatory military service during autumn conscription campaigns that began on October 1.
Georgian prosecutors have ruled that the body of former Prime Minister Zurab Zhvania will be exhumed as part of an investigation into his death.
Eight Kyrgyz nationals fighting in Syria in the ranks of Islamist forces against government troops have been killed.
Afghanistan's Independent Election Commission (IEC) confirmed on September 26 that Ashraf Ghani has won the country's disputed presidential runoff with more than 55 percent of the vote.
Local officials say hundreds of Taliban fighters have stormed a district in the strategic Ghazni Province, southwest of Kabul, killing nearly 20 people, including women and children.