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Moldova's pro-European government has not made a statement since protests erupted in neighboring Ukraine over Kyiv's decision to put its EU-integration agenda on hold. Chisinau wants Ukraine to move toward the EU in step with Moldova, but also depends on Kyiv for support over it protracted conflict with breakaway Transdniester. More
To get to the source of the latest dispute between Kabul and Washington, you might have to travel down the road to Pakistan, where a blockade has disrupted crucial military supplies heading for its northern neighbor. More
Ukraine's economy was already fragile before the country plunged into its latest political crisis. Now, things only look worse. More
Syria has become a magnet for foreign jihadists seeking to wage holy war. RFE/RL correspondents Ron Synovitz and Elenora Beishenbek take a closer look at how an increasing number of Central Asians are being radicalized and recruited to fight there. More
A new website offering a virtual tour of Gulag camps was launched last week. The project is the result of three Czech expeditions to some of the remotest parts of Siberia, which mapped the ruins of forced-labor sites from the Stalinist era. Using cutting-edge panoramic photography, the website's creators aim to provide visitors with a realistic idea of living conditions in the Siberian Gulag where millions of Soviet citizens and people from many other countries perished. More
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