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Erecting barriers to keep undesirables at bay did not crumble with the fall of the Berlin Wall and the collapse of the Iron Curtain. RFE/RL looks at modern walls, fences, and barriers built with varied justifications.
Migrants from Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan and elsewhere protested against their treatment by Hungarian authorities holding them near the border with Serbia.
Few members of the Russian elite looked as unassailable as Vladimir Yakunin. So what does his fall from grace portend? RFE/RL's Brian Whitmore unpacks Yakunin's departure on the Power Vertical Podcast.
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Almost 90,000 Afghan refugees have headed home from Pakistan in recent months. Many claim to have been beaten by police, detained, and evicted from their homes in Pakistan, which has set a December 31 deadline for their return to Afghanistan.
Macedonian riot police fired tear gas into crowds of migrants and refugees to cope with the growing surge of people trying to enter the country at its southern border with Greece. Here is our report on the unfolding human drama.
The OSCE has urged Turkmen authorities to release Saparmamed... More
Azeri journalist Khadija Ismayilova receives Human Rights Watch... More
The July arrest of RFE/RL Turkmen Service Correspondent Saparmamed... More
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