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Prominent journalist Oleg Kashin has invoked the spirit of Solzhenitsyn's famous A Letter To The Soviet Leaders in a searing critique of the Russian president that has electrified the country's chattering classes.
A Czech theater is performing Shakespeare's Macbeth with a new main character: a power-hungry leader named Vladimir MacBetin. The play draws on modern Russia to enact themes of violence and the pursuit of power.
The large number of people seeking refuge in Germany -- an estimated 1 million or more -- has placed a heavy burden on schools, where special classes are beginning to teach the children of newcomers basic German.
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Some of the most compelling photographs from RFE/RL's broadcast region and beyond for the 40th week of 2015.
At the main migrant center in Berlin, there has been a twenty-fold increase in migrant numbers -- and officials are struggling to cope.
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