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As a tycoon with close ties to Vladimir Putin, Viktor Medvedchuk has influenced policy for two tumultuous decades in Ukraine. As the Minsk peace deal he helped forge threatens to unravel, the outsize role of a man critics call the "Prince of Darkness" is in the spotlight once again.
With Turkish tanks and soldiers crossing the Syrian border to attack positions held by Islamic State, a new contest is raging in northern Syria. This time, however, it's not a battle but a race.
An in-depth interview with Roman Roslovtsev, the anti-Kremlin activist known for staging one-man protests while wearing a rubber Putin mask, who is now asking Ukraine to provide him sanctuary.
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Since the deadly Euromaidan protests of 2014, murals have been appearing on the streets of the Ukrainian capital. Many are politically charged pieces from locals. Some are large-scale epics by international artists. But all reflect the youthful energy and national spirit that is unique to today's Kyiv.
Taliban militants have been gaining ground in Afghanistan, following the withdrawal of most U.S.-led international coalition forces. Afghan government security forces have tried to fill in the gaps, but they are finding it very hard to match Western military capabilities.
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