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Ukraine has leveled new allegations about Russian troop movements in its restive east, one day after President Petro Poroshenko promised to draft a new cease-fire plan following talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Afghan presidential candidate Abdullah Abdullah has pulled out of the UN-supervised audit of votes from the mid-June runoff, casting the disputed election deeper into disarray and clouding the chances for a swift resolution.
Azerbaijani rights activists Leyla and Arif Yunus are experiencing the first real separation of their 36-year marriage -- as prisoners facing charges of fraud and treason.
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.
For Muslim women in the United Kingdom, the decision to wear a head scarf, or hijab, reflects a complex range of personal beliefs and competing social pressures.
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