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The day after the hard-line Afghan Islamists open a contentious office abroad, the Taliban expresses its willingness to govern alongside more democratic elements.
Aleksei Navalny is on the ropes. But he is also on a roll.
Amid news that the Taliban is opening an office in Qatar with the intention of engaging in talks with the United States, RFE/RL looks at what the main players in the Afghan conflict want out of peace negotiations.
Iranian President Mahmud Ahmadinejad steps down in August surrounded by enemies after eight years in office. What does his future hold?
Prime Minister Tigran Sarkisian spoke with RFE/RL Armenian Service Director Harry Tamrazian about the country's options for greater integration with the Eurasian Economic Community, saying such cooperation would not hinder closer ties to the EU.
Mardo Soghom, RFE/RL's regional director for Iran and Iraq, explains the significance of Hassan Rohani's victory in Iran's presidential election and the supreme leader's apparent willingness to allow it to happen.
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