Armenia's Special Investigative Service has launched a probe into the activities of the former chief of the State Bailiffs Service in connection with alleged links to offshore companies.
Russian federal investigators say three suspects arrested in connection with the murder of a high-ranking police officer and five of his relatives have confessed to the killings.
The family of a 5-year-old Afghan boy who received autographed jerseys from his soccer hero Lionel Messi has been forced to leave Afghanistan because of constant telephone threats.
A lawyer who defended members of the opposition Islamic Renaissance Party of Tajikistan (HNIT) is going on trial in Dushanbe on charges of forgery and fraud.
U.S. and Moldovan military forces have begun joint military exercises that are scheduled to last for more than two weeks.
Ukrainian protesters demanding the resignation of Odesa's mayor in connection with reported offshore holdings have remained defiant a day after a violent attack on their camp wounded several activists.
The United States is not setting a precise deadline for Kyiv to hold disputed elections in war-wracked eastern Ukraine, a senior U.S. official on European affairs says.
The Qatar-based political office of Afghanistan’s Taliban has rejected media reports that a Taliban delegation sent to Pakistan is exploring the possibility of joining peace talks with the Afghan government.
Kazakhstan's President Nursultan Nazarbaev has vowed to "punish provocateurs" who are disrupting social order by spreading disinformation about pending land sales.
Armenian authorities said on April 26 that they have identified the main suspect in a bus explosion in Yerevan that killed two people.
Thousands of protesters have demonstrated on the streets of Moldova's capital, demanding that the government resign and calling for early elections.
Around 1,000 people have staged a rare public protest the Kazakh city of Atyrau, rallying against the government's decision to sell land in auctions.