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Kyrgyzstan awoke to the startling news that one of its most controversial politicians, Osh Mayor Merlis Myrzakmatov, had been fired from his post.
Moldova has kept quiet since protests erupted in neighbor Ukraine over Kyiv's decision to put EU integration on hold. Chisinau wants to move toward the EU in step with Ukraine, but also needs Kyiv's support in Transdniester.
The latest threat to Vladimir Putin's autocratic rule may be coming not from the Russian opposition but from the Ukrainian street.
The harrowing story of an Afghan woman attacked with acid by a man she refused to marry after he killed her husband.
Ukrainians are taking to the streets to protest their government's decision not to sign an association agreement with the EU. Many of the protesters are students, with several students' unions calling for a strike.
Maryana Drach, Director of RFE/RL's Ukrainian Service, will discuss... More
The OSCE has documented over 40 cases of physical assault directed... More
RFE/RL’s coverage of a recent flare-up in tensions between Russians... More
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