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Belarusian President Alyaksandr Lukashenka has vowed that Belarus will never go to war with Russia, but that if such a conflict were to erupt, "we would fight for every piece of land."
A new police force in Kyiv seems to be winning over the public in the Ukrainian capital, if social media is any barometer.
Kabul isn't grieving the death of its elusive and longtime adversary, Mullah Mohammad Omar, and it is making sure the Afghan people don't either.
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Villagers and emergency workers near Tetovo in Macedonia have been getting to grips with aftermath of flash floods and mudslides.
As Kyrgyz families escape the heat on the shores of the country's largest lake, some children have no chance to enjoy the summer holiday. At one lakeside resort, kids as young as first-graders work for extra cash to be able to buy school books or help their struggling parents pay off debts.
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