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Russia has rejected accusations that it is planning to annex Georgia's breakaway regions of Abkhazia and South Ossetia. More
An Afghan mother says she grabbed a gun and hand grenades to help policemen fend off a Taliban assault that killed her son. Authorities say 27 militants were killed in the operation. More
Sergei Kolesnikov, a former ally of Vladimir Putin now living in self-imposed exile, says the Russian leader will go to any lengths to stay in power and avoid criminal prosecution. In an undisclosed location, Kolesnikov spoke to RFE/RL about Kremlin corruption, the war in Ukraine, and whether Putin will play the nuclear card. More
U.S. Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel’s abrupt announcement of his resignation on November 24 leaves a top cabinet position open in U.S. President Barack Obama’s administration, and early speculation suggests that candidates previously considered for the job could be tapped to lead the Pentagon. More
Crumbling ruins are all that remain of a Kazakh prison with an inglorious past as a center of tsarist and Soviet repression -- leaving local historians scrambling to preserve its legacy. More
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