Crimean Tatars are denouncing a sweeping crackdown on their community following the detention of a fourth man over clashes with police earlier this year. Crimean Tatar leaders have opposed the annexation of their peninsula by Russia.
On November 30, voters will weigh in on the European-integration path Moldova has followed actively since 2009. But the country is deeply divided, and forces supporting closer relations with Moscow and the Russia-led customs union are making themselves heard.
A suicide attack on a British embassy vehicle kills at least six in Afghanistan, Parliament approves Arseniy Yatsenyuk to stay on as prime minister of Ukraine, protestors lie down wrapped in black dustbin sacks outside the prosecutor-general's office in Macedonia, plus stories from Bosnia and Pakistan. (RFE/RL)