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The arrest of a former prime minister appears to tighten the noose around Georgia's weakened president but may also be a response to a vicious religious crackdown against gay-rights groups.
In a new report, the global rights group Amnesty International documents abuses in 159 countries and territories that it says were "inflicted by those in power on those who stand in the way of their vested interests."
Documents leaked to Swedish journalists and reviewed by RFE/RL seem to offer fresh evidence of a link between Swedish telecom giant TeliaSonera and Gulnara Karimova, the daughter of the president of Uzbekistan.
The administrators of Prague's metro system plan to introduce a designated car on each train that is for single people only.
In Bosnia, burek is a source of national pride, and locals are eager to share their recipes and opinions on the pastry dish with foreigners.
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