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Hungarian photographer Norbert Baksa says many people appreciate his latest project for "what it is meant to mean." But based on the Twitter outrage that has followed the publication of Baksa's Der Migrant -- a great number of people are missing his point. More
Prominent Russian journalist Oleg Kashin has invoked the title and spirit of Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn's famous A Letter To The Soviet Leaders in a searing critique of Russian President Vladimir Putin that has electrified the country's chattering classes. More
Kyrgyzstan's election results reveal a paradox: the country is a democracy within the Kremlin's orbit. More
As Moscow launches air strikes in Syria, a Russian volunteer says he and a band of like-minded men are setting off to fight alongside Kurdish forces against Islamic State (IS) militants. Disillusioned with the rebels in eastern Ukraine, Bondo Dorovskikh says he is driven by an addiction to battle and the desire to combat the "evil" of IS. More
At least two Syrian rebel groups backed by the United States say they were bombed in Russian air strikes this week in Moscow's bid to bolster its ally, President Bashar al-Assad, in the country's four-year-old civil war. More
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