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With a post-Euromaidan purge of corrupt officials still yet to be signed into law, impatient activists are throwing unpopular officials into trash containers in a sometimes violent practice advertised on social networks.
The OSCE has categorically denied that one of its experts said hundreds of bodies were exhumed from mass graves in eastern Ukraine and that Kyiv-backed troops have brutalized the local population.
Chorqishloq, in northern Tajikistan, has come under intense scrutiny after it was revealed that at least 20 of its residents are suspected of leaving to wage holy war in Syria and Iraq.
Despite broad antidiscrimination laws passed a decade ago, Roma in Slovakia continue to feel the effects of years of institutionalized segregation. In the country's east, Romany children are still sent to separate classes in some schools, and a few communities are literally divided by walls.
A resident of Georgia's restive Pankisi Gorge say he knows one of his countrymen accused by the U.S. of aiding extremist groups and defended natives of his poverty-stricken area for joining the fight in Syria.
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