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A documentary detailing the irregularities marring the run-up to next year's Sochi Olympics premieres in Russia this week, in defiance of what its makers say were attempts by Moscow authorities to block the film.
The Berkut is Ukraine's most feared police unit, vilified by Kyiv's protesters. RFE/RL's Tom Balmforth happened to share a train cabin with two Berkut veterans and talked politics with them over a "classic Slavic train feast."
Moldova has kept quiet since protests erupted in neighbor Ukraine over Kyiv's decision to put EU integration on hold. Chisinau wants to move toward the EU in step with Ukraine, but also needs Kyiv's support in Transdniester.
Russian travel photographer Ivan Dementievskiy has managed to capture the small Caucasus country 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.
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