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At least five Ukrainian activists and journalists opposed to Russia's invasion of Crimea have gone missing in the peninsula. More
As pro-Russian leaders in Crimea attempt to break the peninsula away from Ukraine, Crimean Tatar leaders have asked Turkey -- home to a large Crimean Tatar diaspora -- for support. But any serious efforts to sanction Moscow could carry heavy costs for Ankara. More
With Crimea set to vote on joining Russia, some pro-Moscow activists in eastern Ukraine have been agitating for separatism or greater autonomy from Kyiv. We asked some folks in the predominantly Russian-speaking city of Donetsk what they thought. More
As tensions ratchet up in Crimea, young men across Ukraine have been queuing up to join the army. But many women, too, are ready to take up arms if the conflict with Russia turns into an all-out war. More
Thousands of dervishes in Iran and around the world have gone on a hunger strike to protest state pressure they say they are facing. Among them are 10 prisoners and dozens of others in Iran who have said they will take their protest on Saturday (March 8) to the front of the prosecutor-general's office. More
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