The European Center for Constitutional and Human Rights filed a criminal complaint against a high-ranking CIA official for the torture of German citizen Khaled el-Masri.
Revelation of Washington's plan to station missile-capable nuclear warheads in Germany was met with a Russian threat to deploy ballistic missiles in the Baltic enclave of Kaliningrad.
The UN warned that the flow of refugees into Europe shows no signs of easing or stopping, as approximately 8,000 refugees a day seek to enter the Continent.
Hungary's Prime Minister Viktor Orban, building a wall along the Serbian border and herding migrants into detainment camps, warned Syrian refugees to stay in Turkey.
A German leftist politician who faced threats for his work in support of refugees and immigrants escaped unhurt after a bomb placed under his car exploded outside his home.
The Polish government processed payments to two terror suspects currently held by the US at Guantánamo Bay, who were apparently tortured at a CIA base in Poland.
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban announced that his proposed Internet tax will be dropped after the legislation instating the tax sparked mass protests in Budapest.
Hundreds marched in Lviv to mark the anniversary of the formation of a Ukrainian SS division, which fought for the Nazis against the Soviet Union during World War II.
In Ukraine's eastern region of Transcarpathia, ethnic Hungarians and Ruthenians are agitating for autonomy, with the encouragement of Moscow and Budapest.
As Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk warns of "World War III," Moscow and Kiev mass troops on their shared border, and the US sends more forces to the Baltics.
Lawyers for two Guantánamo detainees, arguing before the European Court of Human Rights, accused Poland of providing a secret torture site for the CIA's "rendition" program.
On Poland's Independence Day, masked far-right militants rioted in central Warsaw, attacking the city's bohemian district and two squatter buildings run as community centers.