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The new U.S.-Afghan Bilateral Security Agreement (BSA) sets forth the conditions under which some American soldiers will remain in Afghanistan beyond the end of this year.
An alleged leader of one of Russia's most notorious crime groups claims Russian President Vladimir Putin honored him with a prestigious timepiece, while the Kremlin denies the assertion.
Georgian Prosecutor Revaz Nadoy has announced that the body of former Prime Minister Zurab Zhvania will be exhumed and tests conducted by international pathologists in order to clarify the cause of his death.
A giant statue of Lenin was toppled by crowds in the eastern Ukrainian city of Kharkiv on September 28. Thousands of people marched through the city waving Ukrainian flags before gathering at the monument, the site of clashes with pro-Russian groups in March and April. (RFE/RL's Ukrainian service)
As the annual cotton harvest gets under way in Uzbekistan, officials have ordered people of all ages and professions to contribute to the harvest effort.
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