The European Union has imposed its first-ever sanctions against alleged cyberattackers, targeting four Russian citizens and a unit of Moscow's GRU.
Russian Intelligence Hit In First Ever EU Sanctions Against Cyberattacks.
Belarusian President Alyaksandr Lukashenka has ordered his government to invite Ukrainian and Russian prosecutors to Belarus to investigate a group of 33 mercenaries from the private Russian security firm Vagner Group who've been detained in Minsk.
Tajikistan's parliament has set October 11 as the date for the country's next presidential election.
An international human rights watchdog has urged Pakistani authorities to observe a recent ruling from the country's Supreme Court and stop using the country's anti-corruption agency as a tool to detain government critics.
A villager in Tajikistan has been killed in a shooting incident across the Tajik-Kyrgyz border.
After Bibi's acquittal, thousands of Islamic extremists took to the streets in protest, threatening to kill her. Bibi had to be placed in protective custody until Canada offered to help.