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Russians who took out dollar-denominated mortgages in better times are now feeling the crunch as a weak ruble becomes the new normal.
Tehran has erected a monument to commemorate Iranian-Jewish soldiers who died in the bloody Iran-Iraq War.
A teacher who worked with disabled children is the latest educator fired for being in violation of Russia's so-called "gay propaganda" law.
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Russia has been investing heavily in Afghanistan for the past two years, restoring once-abandoned factories and funding new infrastructure ventures. Moscow’s outlay on scores of projects marks its return to a country the Soviet Union considered part of its strategic backyard.
Twenty years later after the first Chechen conflict, RFE/RL looks back at the destruction wrought upon Grozny.
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