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In the latest sign of pressure on the Muslim minority group, a Crimean Tatar scholar was assaulted and his passport confiscated as he was on his way to a UN conference on indigenous peoples.
Scotland has voted to stay in the United Kingdom, rejecting independence in a closely fought contest that divided the nation and drew attention worldwide.
There are ever more signs Western sanctions are squeezing the Russian government: from the falling ruble to a widening search for cash to prop up state companies.
As Crimea held local and regional elections on September 14, many Crimean Tatars boycotted the vote -- the first election since Russia annexed the peninsula. Some residents, like Gulzara, highlighted the boycott by making a traditional Crimean Tatar dish, chebureki, instead of voting.
The members of Afghanistan' national cycling team face frequent criticism and even violence from men who consider their behavior to be un-Islamic. But that hasn't deterred them from training hard, competing abroad, and encouraging other young women to exercise their hard-won freedoms.
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