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Security forces begin removing protesters' barricades soon after President Yanukovych invites opponents to a "national roundtable."
The Tbilisi city court has sent detained former Deputy Prosecutor-General Davit Chkhatarshvili to pretrial detention. More
Russian travel photographer Ivan Dementievskiy has managed to capture the small Caucasus country of Armenia in all its mountainous glory.
The harrowing story of an Afghan woman attacked with acid by a man she refused to marry after he killed her husband.
Security forces have begun removing protesters' barricades in Kyiv, while President Yanukovych calls for a "national roundtable" with government and opposition representatives.
The emergence of a video posted on Facebook has offered a rare view into the practice of "bridenapping" in Kazakhstan, shedding light on a nomadic tradition that is rarely seen in the open.
As massive street protests grip the Ukrainian capital, many in the country's industrial east resent the unrest in Kyiv. Nonetheless, support for President Viktor Yanukovych in his traditional power base is strikingly muted.
Unprecedented numbers of Ukrainians are turning to RFE/RL and its... More
Maryana Drach, Director of RFE/RL's Ukrainian Service, will discuss... More
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