Kosovo's justice minister has said that a Serbian man wanted in connection with a 1999 massacre in Kosovo has been extradited from Hungary.
Turkmen President Gurbanguly Berdymukhammedov says that his country has become a wheat-exporting nation, according to state media, amid reports that the local population is facing severe food shortages.
Serbia's northern city of Novi Sad is hosting what organizers have described as its first gay-pride rally.
Ukraine's ruling coalition in parliament has broken up in a possible setback for President-elect Volodymyr Zelenskiy's plans to hold early general elections.
Dozens of women have rallied outside the venue of an international economic forum in Kazakhstan's capital to call for increased social benefits.
Ukrainian tycoon Ihor Kolomoyskiy has returned to the country after spending almost two years in self-exile.
More than 20 men and women have been sentenced to several days in jail for taking part in an unsanctioned protest in the city of Yekaterinburg.
Thousands of demonstrators faced off with riot police in a third night of protests over a proposal to build a new Russian Orthodox church on the site of a popular park.
Kyrgyzstan's former health minister, Dinara Sagynbaeva, has been detained for questioning about the early release from prison in 2013 of one of Kyrgyzstan's most notorious crime bosses, Aziz Batukaev.
The chairman of Kyrgyzstan's State Committee for National Security (UKMK), Idris Kadyrkulov, has resigned under pressure amid widespread allegations of corruption.
Belarusian authorities have released from custody an Iranian man who has converted to Orthodox Christianity and is wanted by Tehran for alleged murder.
The Afghan election authorities have announced the final results of the country's parliamentary polls in Kabul, seven months after the vote was held.