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Mosul Dam, already the world's most dangerous, is increasingly at risk of a spectacular failure that would deluge millions of people downstream, according to a new U.S. study released by the Iraqi parliament.
According to RFE/RL's sources, a debate among European commissioners on how to improve cooperation with Russia is sparking alarm among EU members that want to keep up the pressure on Moscow over its interference in Ukraine.
Moscow authorities' decision to demolish dozens of kiosk-like structures under the cover of night has outraged many in the Russian capital.
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Across Central Asia, horsemen compete in a rugged game in which they grapple over a goat's carcass and try to drag it toward a goal. In Kyrgyzstan, the sport is known as kok-boru, and it's enjoying a nationwide revival. (RFE/RL's Current Time TV)
Forget Buckingham Palace and Big Ben -- London's newest bus tour shows visitors the palatial homes of Russian and Ukrainian oligarchs.
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