The Mongolian Sambo Federation (MSF) played a part in initiating the construction of a new Olympic sports complex in the county's capital Ulaanbaatar.
The 2020 World Sambo Championships have been moved to Serbia in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
International Sambo Federation (FIAS) President Vasily Shestakov has led a team of sambo players on the television programme One Hundred to One in Moscow.
The Indonesian Sambo Federation has held a workshop called "Performance Management Strategy Training for Sports Achievement".
The Ukrainian Sambo Championships continued in the Odessa region of the country with men's, women's and combat competitions continuing a streak of tournaments in the village of Karolino-Bugaz.
International Sambo Federation (FIAS) chief executive Michal Buchel has welcomed the election of new members of the Bureau of the Consultative Committee of the Enlarged Partial Agreement on Sport (EPAS) of the Council of Europe.
The National Sambo Federation of Ukraine held its National Youth and Junior Sambo Cups with more than 350 people participating.
The Belarusian Sambo Championships are set to be staged later this month, despite unrest in the country and the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Vladimir Voronov, the coach of sambo and mixed martial arts (MMA) legend Fedor Emelianenko, has died.
Stunt performer and sambo coach Stephen Koepfer has revealed his influence on a popular scene from the Keanu Reeves' action film John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum, showcasing the sport on the big screen.
Kris Canales has announced his intention to run for a second term as President of the French Sambo Committee.
Russian sambo star Fedor Emelianenko believes the martial art's new system of colour-coded belts will help attract youngsters to the sport.
Romanian Sambo Federation President Viorel Gasca discussed the progress of athletes returning to training after lockdown.
The All-Russian Sambo Federation (RSF) and Indonesian Sambo Federation (ISF) held online seminars for referees during the coronavirus pandemic.
The Korea Sambo Federation (KSF) has decided to host its National Championships this year separately for each weight class, due to the ongoing threat from the COVID-19 pandemic.