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The Rundown -- May 14

# Turkey take stronger line against Moscow, saying "nothing justifies" actions in Ukraine and Georgia
# Swedes trolling Russia with gay singing sailor
# More evidence that Russian Buk brought down MH17
# "Russia Was Right: Shale in Europe Has Proved a Dud" - Ladka Mortkowitz Bauerova, Bloomberg
# Poroshenko asks Mark Zuckerberg to create a Facebook office in Ukraine to handle Russian trolls
# Ukraine says it foiled a Russian plot to create breakaway state in southwestern Ukraine
# The rise and fall of E. Ukraine's all-Pagan battalion
# The bones in the forests of Western Ukraine stir political passions today
Middle East
# IS deputy leader said to be killed in airstrike (on the other hand, maybe not)
# Iran warns U.S. against stopping Yemen-bound aid ship
# The journey from astrophysics student to IS fighter
# Militants storm Kabul guesthouse popular among foreigners
# Afghanistan and Pakistan pledge to fight terrorism together
# Husain Haqqani on what Pakistan knew during bin Laden raid
Central Asia
# One decade after Andijan massacre, West "turns a blind eye" to rights abuses
# "Tajikistan's Russian Dream" - Joe Schottenfeld, Foreign Affairs
# Ten members of congress took trip secretly funded by Azerbaijani government
# NATO and EU call for "transparent investigation" of Macedonia unrest
# Macedonia's lipstick protester remained calm amid the chaos