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In a relief to historians, many, if not the majority, of the objects destroyed by Islamic State militants in a Mosul museum this week are believed to be modern plaster-cast reproductions of pieces held in other museums.
Weeks before President Viktor Yanukovych's ouster, plans to intervene in Ukraine were circulating in the Kremlin. The purportedly leaked strategy document is the topic of this week's Power Vertical Podcast.
A measles vaccination campaign has been suspended in Kazakhstan after some 100 teenagers reportedly fell ill. Despite protests by parents, however, health authorities are determined to resume the campaign.
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At least 162 people have died in a series of avalanches in mountainous regions of northeastern Afghanistan.
A look at the events of February 18-21, 2014, when antigovernment protests in central Kyiv descended into deadly violence.
Journalist Khadija Ismayilova suddenly convicted on libel... More
After years of violence that saw the destruction of untold volumes... More
An Azeri court on January 27 extended the pre-trial detention of... More
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