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The Russian president accused the West of building a new "virtual" Berlin wall and promised his compatriots that the country's economy will recover, as he seeks to soothe anxiety over the falling ruble.
The crash of the ruble has meant lost income and opportunity for the millions of labor migrants who depend on Russia for their livelihoods.
Iran's nuclear ambitions faced rare criticism at a roundtable at Tehran University, where one of the speakers said the damage done by the nuclear program was greater than that by the devastating war with Iraq.
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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.
Twenty years later after the first Chechen conflict, RFE/RL looks back at the destruction wrought upon Grozny.
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