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Hundreds of thousands of pro-EU protesters blast the Ukrainian government and demand the ouster of President Viktor Yanukovych.
Iranian media reports say inspectors from the UN nuclear watchdog have visited a nuclear-related heavy water facility in Iran. More
Russian travel photographer Ivan Dementievskiy has managed to capture the small Caucasus country of Armenia in all its mountainous glory.
The harrowing story of an Afghan woman attacked with acid by a man she refused to marry after he killed her husband.
Organizers hope the scale of today's antigovernment protest in the Ukrainian capital surpasses last week's, which attracted as many as 350,000 people, and can force the government to accept their demands.
As massive street protests grip the Ukrainian capital, many in the country's industrial east resent the unrest in Kyiv. Nonetheless, support for President Viktor Yanukovych in his traditional power base is strikingly muted.
Twenty-five years ago, a massive earthquake struck northern Armenia. RFE/RL traveled to the city of Gyumri and found many residents struggling with poverty, poor housing, and a lack of hope for a better future.
Unprecedented numbers of Ukrainians are turning to RFE/RL and its... More
Maryana Drach, Director of RFE/RL's Ukrainian Service, will discuss... More
The OSCE has documented over 40 cases of physical assault directed... More
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