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update Polls have closed in Kyrgyzstan, where voters cast ballots in unpredictable parliamentary elections that are seen as a key test for the budding democracy of 6 million people.
A young Tajik woman who voluntarily joined the Islamic State (IS) extremist group in Syria last year claims militants plan to use her as a suicide bomber unless the Tajik authorities bring her home.
With a presidential election looming on October 11, a gaggle of grannies is singing the praises of Belarus's four-term president. Some of the songs are a little less laudatory, however.
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Mikalay Lukashenka, aka Kolya, is not your average 11-year-old. But that's to be expected when your father is not your average president.
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