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Russia’s Muslim community is divided over the Kremlin’s bombing campaign in Syria. Though disapproval finds little public expression, the air strikes are widening fissures in Russia’s fragile Islamic community. More
Local reports suggest Iranians saw mysterious objects in the skies over Iran that in some cases were accompanied by the sound of explosions -- despite radio silence from Tehran over whether Russian missile failures landed in Iran. More
Russian media recently trumpeted the results of an online vote that allegedly revealed an overwhelming fondness for President Vladimir Putin among Americans. But careful scrutiny shows the poll is not what it seems. More
No leader in Europe has ruled longer, and Alyaksandr Lukashenka is poised to extend his presidency for five more years when Belarus holds an election on October 11. The vote is unlikely to be free or fair, but after 21 years in power, Lukashenka's dominance is so pervasive that he would probably win if it were. More
The voice of the Kremlin's supporters is loud and clear on social media -- in memes that fall neatly into three categories. More
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