The United States has condemned an Iranian court’s decision to issue death sentences against three men who took part in anti-government protests last year.
U.S. Condemns Death Sentences Against Iranian Anti-Government Protesters
Afghan President Ashraf Ghani has warned that a spike in violence by militants in the country poses a "serious" threat to the peace process with the Taliban.
A long-delayed mission from the World Health Organization's has arrived in Turkmenistan, the only Central Asian nation that has not officially registered a single coronavirus case.
The move comes as Dubai reopens to foreign tourism on Tuesday, two weeks after a nationwide curfew was removed.
A leading Iraqi political analyst was assassinated on July 6 outside his home in Baghdad after receiving threats from Iran-backed militias.
Austrian police are investigating whether the murder of a Chechen asylum seeker outside the capital, Vienna, over the weekend was a political assassination or related to organized crime.