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Russia has offered Kyiv financial aid and cheaper natural gas in an apparent attempt to keep Ukraine in its sphere of influence. But how much financial sense does the deal make for Moscow itself? Here are five questions to consider. More
The Afghan government is planning to distribute new national electronic ID cards to all citizens. But that plan has hit a snag as disputes rage over whether individual's ethnicity should be printed on the new cards. More
EU foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton, whose term expires in October 2014, has rarely been out of the headlines this year. RFE/RL looks at Ashton's efforts to bring cohesion and effectiveness to the foreign policy of the 28-member bloc. More
A new video showing a Kyrgyz woman being assaulted in Russia by two of her countrymen for allegedly shameful behavior has appeared on the Internet. It is the latest of several similar postings that is raising fears of abuse among Kyrgyz migrant workers. More
U.S. Senator John McCain has accused Russia of trying to block Ukraine's efforts to join the European Union. Fresh upon his return from witnessing the pro-European Union demonstrations taking place in Kyiv, McCain spoke to RFE/RL about what may lie ahead for the country. More
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