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A gunman shouting "Allahu Akbar" attacked a police station in the eastern Bosnian town of Zvornik, killing a police officer and wounding two others before he was shot dead.
In a contribution to RFE/RL's Qishloq Ovozi blog, Matthew Kupfer looks at the strong reaction of people in Kazakhstan, and further afield, to the brutal beating of a young man in the Kazakh capital.
Some St. Petersburg lawmakers want it to be a crime to be unemployed for more than six months. Russia's northern capital has in recent months become something of a nursery for legislative initiatives in social policy.
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Every Thursday after Orthodox Easter, childless couples travel to the Samegrelian village of Tsachkuru in western Georgia to participate in an annual pilgrimage to the local Church of the Archangel.
The game of lelo (goal) makes rugby or American football look dainty. It was once popular across Georgia and some historians believe it goes back as many as 300 years.
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