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Armenia's standoff was continuing early on July 31 between authorities and opposition gunmen who have occupied a police station in Yerevan -- despite the shooting death of a police officer a day earlier and a threat by police to storm the building.
Nearly 25 years since the collapse of the U.S:S.R., the history of attitudes towards Russia's gay community has been a rollercoaster. From pushing boundaries with provocative musical exports to a grim U-turn under Vladimir Putin the path of Russia's LGBT community has been far from straight.
You need to go back nearly a year to find a month as deadly as July has been in the Donbas. But the conflict in eastern Ukraine has become invisible to everybody -- except, of course, those on its front lines. On this week's Power Vertical Podcast, we look at the escalation of hostilities.
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Moldovan architecture students have proposed bold new designs for the capital, Chisinau, with the goal of giving the city a recognizable landmark. Whether they have any chance of being built is an open question. (RFE/RL's Moldovan Service)
Moscow's relations with Ankara took a dramatic downturn last year when Turkish forces shot down a Russian plane near the Syrian border in November. Russia imposed sanctions and cut off charter flights. But officials have now announced that Turkish vacation packages will be allowed once again.
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