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What transformed Mohammad Dalaeen, a Jordanian medical student studying in Kharkiv, Ukraine, into Abu al-Bara al-Urdani, a suicide bomber who blew himself up in Iraq?
Protesters besieged the central police station in Pristina hours after a prominent Kosovar opposition politician was detained, lobbing concrete and stones at police, who returned fire with tear gas.
In a new installment of our Letters From Donbas, residents of rebel-held towns in eastern Ukraine write movingly about their struggles to get on with their lives amid the chaos and uncertainty.
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Nurgazy has always had a long and difficult trek to school. Unable to use his legs, he relies on schoolmates to push him on the bumpy roads of his remote mountainous village in Kyrgyzstan. All he wants is a four-wheeler -- and he might just get it.
Three candidates faced off against longtime Belarusian leader Alyaksandr Lukashenka in presidential elections last weekend. But for many, Lukashenka's real opponent was a man who chose not to run: Mikalay Statkevich.
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