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Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty provides first-hand coverage from Russia, Ukraine, E. Europe, Balkans, Caucasus, AfPak & ME.
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Pakistan’s anti-corruption agency says it has arrested former Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi amid graft allegations.
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Hafiz Saeed, the radical Islamist leader accused of masterminding the 2008 Mumbai attacks that killed 166 people, had been in and out of Pakistani prisons for years and even addressed public rallies.
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Putin has signed a decree expanding the simplified procedure for obtaining Russian citizenship to include all residents of Ukraine's Donetsk and Luhansk regions.
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A Moscow court has prolonged by three months the pretrial detention of 24 Ukrainian sailors detained by Russian forces along with their three naval vessels in November near the Kerch Strait. The sailors face up to six years in prison if convicted.
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"Instead of just giving advice to Central Europe on how they become energy independent of Russia, why not actually put money on the table?"
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Bruce Laingen, who was the most senior U.S. diplomat during the 1979 Iran hostage crisis, died at age 96.
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U.S. Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer is calling for an investigation over national security and privacy concerns into Russia-based face-editing app Faceapp.
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Turkey condemned as “unfair” a U.S. move to exclude it from the F-35 stealth fighter jet program following Ankara’s purchase of the Russian-made S-400 missile defense system.
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Nicknamed the Siberian Maldives for its turquoise water, this industrial dumpsite is under investigation to verify whether any environmental-protection laws have been breached.
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A Kazakh court has sentenced a labor union leader to seven years in prison after finding him guilty of embezzlement, a case he called politically motivated.
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It was unclear whether the woman would face criminal charges for ordering the prescription drug, which is not registered in Russia.
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The arrest of the alleged Mumbai attacks mastermind came a day before Prime Minister Imran Khan was set to meet officials in Washington.
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Bulgarian authorities said they detained a man suspected in a massive hacking attack that leaked personal financial data of millions of Bulgarians, the largest such leak in the country's history.
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Scythian gold from Crimea was on loan to a Dutch museum when Russia seized the peninsula in 2014. A Dutch court earlier ruled that the artifacts be returned to Ukraine, but must now consider an appeal from four Crimean museums.
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Afghanistan has about 20,000 of the U.S.-trained commandos, who have suffered considerable losses over the past year.
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In the Dutch city of Hilversum, residents have planted memorial gardens of sunflowers grown from seeds gathered near the MH17 crash site.
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Ukraine's Constitutional Court has upheld a law that equates communism to Nazism and bans the dissemination of its symbols, a law that has prompted angry protests from Moscow.
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Russian authorities forced a St. Petersburg school for children of diplomats and other expats to close last year. Now, over two dozen teachers at the Anglo-American School of Moscow have been denied visas.
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Dutch prosecutors indicted three Russians and a Ukrainian on murder charges in connection with the downing last month. Here's what has happened along the way.
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"We're not looking, by the way, for regime change [in Iran]," Trump said.
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