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In the first significant step toward a peace settlement, U.S. officials say they will sit down with the Taliban "within days" to begin the "first step on a long road" toward ending the 12-year-old war in Afghanistan.
Iranian President Mahmud Ahmadinejad steps down in August surrounded by enemies after eight years in office. What does his future hold?
The appearance of a purported Taliban video threatening "jihad" against Georgia has ignited a firestorm of political accusations, even as the country mourns 10 servicemen killed in Afghanistan in the past month.
Many Iranians and Iran observers are still trying to wrap their heads around how and why Hassan Rohani, a moderate cleric, was able to win a presidential election that was expected to be a carefully managed contest.
Countries in Central Europe and Central Asia are increasingly being ruled by autocratic governments with little regard for democracy, a new "Nations In Transit" report asserts.
Mardo Soghom, RFE/RL's regional director for Iran and Iraq, explains the significance of Hassan Rohani's victory in Iran's presidential election and the supreme leader's apparent willingness to allow it to happen.
Russia is marking the 50th anniversary of the first spaceflight by a woman, Soviet cosmonaut Valentina Tereshkova. She made international headlines on June 16, 1963, when her Vostok-6 capsule blasted off into space.
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