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As activists in Russia commemorated the tens of thousands of people executed during the Great Terror of Soviet leader Josef Stalin, new polls show that 50 percent of Russians believe they may see similar political repressions again in their lifetime -- while a growing number of people believe there is too much "negative talk" about Stalin's rule. More
Rossia Segodnya, the Russian state media giant headed by controversial pro-Kremlin TV presenter Dmitry Kiselyov, is reportedly expanding its reach with local-language news websites and radio programming across the world. More
Controversial Russian artist Pyotr Pavlensky tells RFE/RL about his latest stunt, during which he cut off his earlobe to protest the forced use of psychiatric treatment against dissidents. Last year, Pavlensky nailed his scrotum to the cobblestones of Red Square. More
Iranian authorities have warned domestic media over their coverage of a string of acid attacks targeting young women in the city of Isfahan. More
Ukrainian voters have given the government of President Petro Poroshenko a clear mandate for a pro-European future. But there are still issues of concern following the October 26 vote. Here are 10 takeaways. More
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