Georgian authorities have detained three Georgian and three Armenian citizens suspected of trying to sell uranium-238.
The head of Armenia's State Bailiffs Service has resigned after local news reports documented his alleged links to offshore companies.
Hundreds of Armenians have demonstrated in Yerevan against Russian weapon sales to Azerbaijan, claiming the sales led to the outbreak of fighting on April 2 in and around Azerbaijan's breakaway region of Nagorno-Karabakh.
Protesters in Macedonia, angry about President Gjorge Ivanov's decision to halt prosecutions of officials linked to a wiretapping scandal involving thousands of people, have broken into one of the president's offices.
The two main parties at the talks in Kyiv were unable on April 11 to come to an agreement with the candidate nominated to be the next prime minister -- current parliament speaker Volodymyr Hroysman.
At least 12 recruits in the Afghan National Army have been killed and dozens of people wounded by a Taliban suicide bomber who attacked the recruits' bus near the eastern city of Jalalabad.
Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk has announced his resignation in a televised address.
A man detained by Russian authorities in July for allegedly trying to join the Islamic State (IS) militant group in Syria has been identified as an ethnic Armenian from Kazakhstan.
A member of Thailand’s royal family is making a first-ever visit to Kyrgyzstan.
Legislation in Kyrgyzstan that bans the use of foreign currency in all domestic transactions has come into force.
A fragile cease-fire in Nagorno-Karabakh appeared to be holding, despite claims of violations, as high-level meetings were held separately with the leaders of Azerbaijan and Armenia in an effort to defuse tensions.
Six imams in Tajikistan have been arrested on suspicion of being members of banned extremist groups.