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Officials in Kyiv have suggested the April 16 killing of Ukrainian pro-Russian journalist Oles Buzina was not a random slaying but a carefully timed hit. More
Two Russian pensioners have complained separately to President Vladimir Putin about material hardship. The answers they received were poles apart. More
Ukraine has adopted a raft of de-communization laws aimed at asserting control over the country's understanding of its 20th-century past. Moscow, however, sees the move as an impermissible assault on Russia's own self-image. More
A group of rogue lawmakers in Iran has issued their own "recommended fact sheet" on the framework nuclear agreement between Tehran and world powers. More
The tangled relationship between Ukraine's deputy energy minister and two leading tycoons illustrates the challenge Kyiv faces as it tries to curb the influence of the country's oligarchs. More
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