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The head of the International Monetary Fund's blunt criticism of Ukraine marks a new low point for a beleaguered administration in Kyiv's efforts to battle corruption.
As Russian Patriarch Kirill holds historic talks with Pope Francis and Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev addresses the Munich Security Conference, why is President Vladimir Putin staying at home?
Hundreds of schools have been destroyed during eastern Ukraine's conflict, including many that were used for military purposes by both sides, Human Rights Watch says in a new report.
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Across Central Asia, horsemen compete in a rugged game in which they grapple over a goat's carcass and try to drag it toward a goal. In Kyrgyzstan, the sport is known as kok-boru, and it's enjoying a nationwide revival. (RFE/RL's Current Time TV)
Forget Buckingham Palace and Big Ben -- London's newest bus tour shows visitors the palatial homes of Russian and Ukrainian oligarchs.
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