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Ukrainian Service correspondent Natalie Sedletska used cars, a boat, and even a drone to track down the mansions of two Yanukovych-era Naftogaz execs who are this weekend running for parliament -- and the immunity from prosecution that goes with it.
As Ukrainians go to the polls on October 26, a new, pro-European consensus seems to be forming, as even ethnic-Russian Ukrainians look skeptically at Vladimir Putin's Russia.
Eighteen-year-old Yevgeny Pushkaryov was buried last week near St. Petersburg after being killed in eastern Ukraine. His mother says Russian television reports prompted the teenager to secretly join the separatist movement.
Some of the most compelling photographs from RFE/RL's broadcast region and beyond for the 42nd week of 2014. For more photo galleries, see our "Picture This" archive by clicking on the banner above.
"Current Time" is a new Russian-language TV news program that provides audiences in countries bordering Russia with content that is not otherwise available on state-controlled Russian media.
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