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A report by RFE/RL and Swedish television documenting links between Gulnara Karimova and large-scale bribery has drawn a furious response on Twitter.
The decision by Iran's unelected Guardians Council to ban two high-profile aspirants raises the question of what recourse is available to disqualified candidates for next month's presidential election.
The arrest of a former prime minister appears to tighten the noose around Georgia's weakened president but may also be a response to a vicious religious crackdown against gay-rights groups.
The administrators of Prague's metro system plan to introduce a designated car on each train that is for single people only.
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