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Putin's inner sanctum of decision making, which once comprised dozens of people representing various elite interests, has been downsized to a handful of close associates.
It's not that Yevgeny Fyodorov is a glutton for pain. He just believes that Russia has been a “colony” of the United States for too long.
Two British women who have gone to Syria to join the Islamic State group have warned that marriage to a militant is not a Disney fairytale -- especially if they die in battle.
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Mykola Karpenko was just 17 when he was drafted into the Soviet Army from his village in Ukraine. His unit was among those that freed the prisoners of the Auschwitz concentration camp in Poland on January 27, 1945.
Afghan authorities have recently captured a number of young men who were apparently planning to carry out suicide bombings. The National Directorate of Security (NDS), the country's spy agency, presented several thwarted bombers to the media in Kabul.
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