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Who stands behind the destruction of electricity pylons in southern Ukraine that left almost 2 million residents of Crimea in the dark? And why isn't Russia supplying power to its annexed territory in the first place? More
Activists in southern Ukraine, led by representatives of the Crimean Tatar minority, are pushing hard to force Kyiv to adopt a more aggressive policy aimed at recovering Crimea. More
A Koran that President Vladimir Putin gave to Iranian Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei is one of the few copies made of the original edition of the Muslim holy book, which was first put into print in the 7th century.
The copy, one of only a handful such reproductions that still exist, is somewhat of a treasure unto itself, with its own saga. More
Moldova was once a star pupil in a program to bring neighboring countries closer to the European Union. Now a political crisis could put Moldova back in Moscow's orbit. More
Dzerzhinsky didn't survive the purge of Moscow Metro station names honoring Soviet officials. Lenin didn't either. But the name of a Bolshevik revolutionary who helped murder the tsar's family lives on at Voikovskaya station -- at least for now. More
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