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Tens of thousands of Iraqis took up the call to battle Islamic State. But after months on the front line many who volunteered for the fight say they have gone unpaid, weakening a needed line of defense against an encroaching enemy. More
A lawsuit has kicked off in Kazakhstan over a poster featuring Russian poet Aleksandr Pushkin and Kazakh composer Qurmanghazy Saghyrbaiuly kissing. The poster has sparked an antigay campaign in the country, with one politician claiming blood tests can be used to identify homosexuals. More
It's every dictator's dream to shut off the Internet at will. But can it actually be done? More
With Ukraine’s post-Euromaidan purge of corrupt officials still yet to be signed into law, impatient activists are throwing unpopular officials into trash containers in a sometimes violent practice popularized on social networks as the "Trash-Bucket Challenge." More
A small village in northern Tajikistan has come under scrutiny after it was revealed that it was home to a number of suspected jihadists. More
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