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Muscovites hold the largest protest of President Vladimir Putin's third term to protest Russia's role in eastern Ukraine, while Ukraine's president says his country must gird for war but seek a nonmilitary solution to the crisis.
The U.S. has welcomed a power-sharing deal that broke a perilous stalemate and made Ashraf Ghani the new Afghan president, ushering in a unity government with the consent of rival Abdullah Abdullah.
Million is one of the top comedy acts in Uzbekistan, with sold-out performances and thousands of adoring fans. But the authorities have banned the troupe after it failed to clean up its act.
As Crimea held local and regional elections on September 14, many Crimean Tatars boycotted the vote -- the first election since Russia annexed the peninsula. Some residents, like Gulzara, highlighted the boycott by making a traditional Crimean Tatar dish, chebureki, instead of voting.
The members of Afghanistan' national cycling team face frequent criticism and even violence from men who consider their behavior to be un-Islamic. But that hasn't deterred them from training hard, competing abroad, and encouraging other young women to exercise their hard-won freedoms.
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