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YEREVAN, Armenia (AP) Armenia's prime minister steps down, a formality as he maneuvers for early election.
MOSCOW (AP) Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi is urging Russia to resume direct flights to Egyptian resorts.
BELGRADE, Serbia (AP) China wants to boost its cooperation with central and eastern Europe, a Chinese government minister on Tuesday told officials from the region where China already finances projects as part of its bid for more global influence.
MOSCOW (AP) The Kremlin says Russian President Vladimir Putin will travel to Paris for an event that President Donald Trump is also set to attend, but a meeting between them isn't planned.
PRAGUE (AP) The Czech Republic's center-left government has a full-time foreign minister in place after a dispute over migration delayed an appointment for months.
BELGRADE, Serbia (AP) Red Star Belgrade coach Vladan Milojevic said Tuesday his players are not bothered by match-fixing allegations surrounding their Champions League match against Paris Saint-Germain.
BELGRADE, Serbia (AP) Serbia's pro-Russia defense minister denounced the U.S. ambassador to Serbia and suggested he should be thrown out of the country Monday for calling the former Serbian province of Kosovo a sovereign state.
ROME (AP) The Latest on Europe's response to mass migration (all times local):
MOSCOW (AP) The Russian Orthodox Church decided Monday to sever ties with the leader of the worldwide Orthodox community after his decision to grant Ukrainian clerics independence from the Moscow Patriarchate.
WASHINGTON (AP) The Trump administration's envoy for North Korea is traveling to Russia, France and Belgium for talks with counterparts there as the U.S. prepares for a second leadership summit with the North.
BUCHAREST, Romania (AP) Romania's government passed an emergency ordinance Monday requiring prosecutors in key agencies to have more years of experience a move that prosecutors say would hamper current investigations and force some anti-corruption prosecutors from their jobs.
SKOPJE, Macedonia (AP) Macedonia's parliament started Monday to debate constitutional amendments that are part of an agreement with neighboring Greece to rename the country "North Macedonia," changes that would go a long way to ensuring the country can join NATO.
MOSCOW (AP) An Amnesty International researcher was abducted and beaten while reporting on protests in Russia's volatile North Caucasus region, the rights group said Monday.
BRATISLAVA, Slovakia (AP) Jan Kozak has quit as Slovakia coach after the team's second straight loss in the UEFA Nations League.
KIEV, Ukraine (AP) About 10,000 people have marched through the capital of Ukraine in an annual nationalist commemoration of the formation of the World War II-era Ukrainian Insurgent Army.
ROME (AP) Italy is finally showing signs of emerging from its crisis, nearly a year after failing to qualify for the World Cup.
BUDAPEST, Hungary (AP) A constitutional amendment that prohibits people from living in public areas takes effect next week in Hungary.
MOSCOW (AP) Kremlin opposition leader Alexei Navalny has been released from jail after serving 50 days on two consecutive sentences for organizing unsanctioned protests.
YEREVAN, Armenia (AP) Gibraltar won its first-ever competitive game after 22 straight losses with a 1-0 victory over host Armenia on Saturday in the UEFA Nations League.
Substitute striker Patrik Schick scored the winning goal for the visiting Czech Republic to beat Slovakia 2-1 in the UEFA Nations League in Trnava on Saturday.