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The movement sparked by President Viktor Yanukovych's abrupt decision to abandon talks on closer relations with the European Union started peacefully, but it did not end that way.
The provisional release of war crimes suspect Vojislav Seselj to seek cancer treatment in Serbia was an attempt to amend one of the most mismanaged cases ever to come before the Hague tribunal. But the move may spark a whole new type of trouble.
As the six world powers and Tehran try to reach a deal in Vienna, there is more at stake than simply ending the crisis over Iran's nuclear program.
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Three massive craters were discovered this summer on the Yamal Peninsula in northern Siberia. In an effort to understand the origins of the newly formed craters, a group of scientists descended into one of the holes, reaching a frozen lake at the bottom.
Czechs on November 17 marked the 25th anniversary of the Velvet Revolution, the peaceful protest movement that brought an end to communist rule in Czechoslovakia. Thousands of protesters used the anniversary to denounce what they said is the current president's poor record on human rights.
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