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In 2014, the Islamic State extremist group emerged as one of the most powerful jihadi groups in the world. Will the efforts of the U.S.-led coalition be enough to stop the group in its tracks?
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko says a fresh round of peace talks with pro-Russian rebels will take place in Minsk this week. He spoke after telephone talks with his French, Russian, and German counterparts.
Russians are fighting back against the dizzying dive of the ruble the best way they know how -- with humor. We look at some of the best jokes about the struggling Russian currency.
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Some of the most compelling photographs from RFE/RL's broadcast region and beyond for the 51st week of 2014.
Russia has been investing heavily in Afghanistan for the past two years, restoring once-abandoned factories and funding new infrastructure ventures. Moscow’s outlay on scores of projects marks its return to a country the Soviet Union considered part of its strategic backyard.
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