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Nadezhda Guriyeva watched two of her children die in the 2004 Beslan school terrorist attack. The tragedy changed everything for the victims and their survivors. But 10 years later, a new life remains elusive for many. More
RFE/RL speaks to Joanna Wajda, the Brussels correspondent for Polish public broadcaster TVP, about what to expect after Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk was chosen as the president of the European Council. More
As children across the world prepare to head back to school, those displaced by the fighting in eastern Ukraine are bracing for their first day of school -- far away from home. More
A foreign-policy neophyte viewed by eastern Europeans as being soft on Moscow is tipped to be the EU's new foreign policy chief. How come? More
It's been called everything from an "invasion" and an "incursion" to a "cross-border crisis" and "escalated aggression." We look at the difficulty of describing what, exactly, is taking place in Ukraine -- and what's stopping officials from using the word "war." More
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