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Leaked e-mails reveal close links between leading figures in the new Greek government and people close to radical Russian Eurasianist Aleksandr Dugin, as well as to sanctioned Russian billionaire Konstantin Malofeyev.
Even as the FBI arrested a Russian believed to be part of a three-man team working for the country's Foreign Intelligence Service, Russian espionage experts say the purported spy ring probably produced little of value.
Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov says Chechen nationals fighting in Syria should return home, but adds that they won't be allowed to "be in the country again in an uncontrolled manner."
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Mykola Karpenko was just 17 when he was drafted into the Soviet Army from his village in Ukraine. His unit was among those that freed the prisoners of the Auschwitz concentration camp in Poland on January 27, 1945.
Afghan authorities have recently captured a number of young men who were apparently planning to carry out suicide bombings. The National Directorate of Security (NDS), the country's spy agency, presented several thwarted bombers to the media in Kabul.
The electoral victory by Greece's far-left Syriza party is already shaking up Europe's financial markets, but the impact on EU foreign policy could be equally important. More
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