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Ukraine's economy was already fragile before the country plunged into its latest political crisis. Now, things only look worse.
To get to the source of the latest dispute between Kabul and Washington, you might have to travel down the road to Pakistan, where a blockade has disrupted crucial military supplies destined for its northern neighbor.
Syria has become a magnet for foreign jihadists seeking to wage holy war. Their ranks include an increasing number of Central Asians who are being radicalized and recruited to fight there.
The harrowing story of an Afghan woman attacked with acid by a man she refused to marry after he killed her husband.
Ukrainians are taking to the streets to protest their government's decision not to sign an association agreement with the EU. Many of the protesters are students, with several students' unions calling for a strike.
Maryana Drach, Director of RFE/RL's Ukrainian Service, will discuss... More
The OSCE has documented over 40 cases of physical assault directed... More
RFE/RL’s coverage of a recent flare-up in tensions between Russians... More
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