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Kyiv says a call by Russian President Vladimir Putin for a "humanitarian corridor" to allow Ukrainian troops encircled in the east to withdraw proves Moscow's hand in the conflict.
Amid scenes of captured Russian paratroopers being paraded on TV, secret Russian funerals, and mothers asking where their sons are, fighting in eastern Ukraine now appears to be tangibly touching Russians.
The impasse in Afghanistan’s presidential election is far from over. But that has not stopped outgoing President Hamid Karzai from fixing a date and hastily ordering preparations for the event.
Gulnara Khamzina, a restaurant owner in Kazan, the capital of the Russian republic of Tatarstan, says that Moscow's sanctions on imported Western foods are already affecting her business.
On August 23, 1939, the Soviet Union and Germany signed a nonaggression treaty in Moscow, paving the way for the Nazi and Soviet invasions of Poland the following month and the beginning of World War II.
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