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Some of Hillary Clinton's e-mail correspondence released by the U.S. State Department offers an intriguing, if small, window into Kyrgyzstan's 2010 revolution and subsequent interethnic unrest.
Authorities in Ukraine have arrested 24-year-old nationalist volunteer soldier Ihor Humenyuk as the suspected grenade thrower in a deadly attack on security forces in Kyiv on August 31.
For migrants seeking a better life in the European Union, the most popular destination is Germany. After a long and difficult journey across the Balkans, the final stage for many is catching a train from Vienna to Munich.
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There are various responses to the wave of people traveling through the Balkans to the European Union. Some residents along the transit route are eager to volunteer their time or money to help. Others see it is a business opportunity.
The Kyrgyz government has launched a training course teaching Muslim clerics to use digital technology. The initiative is meant to help counter extremist groups -- which recruit through social media -- by helping moderate religious leaders make their voices heard online.
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