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Marchers affiliated with the Russian Orthodox Church are taking part in a multi-day march to Kyiv that they say is a gesture in support of peace in Ukraine. On July 25, they were confronted by protesters who accuse the Kremlin of using the march to stir up unrest. (RFE/RL's Ukrainian Service)
Dancers, children, and happy fruit merchants greeted Turkmen President Gurbanguly Berdymukhammedov as he officially opened a newly constructed village in early July. Then the president left and the village returned to its previous state: an uninhabited shell in the middle of nowhere.
Hackers have leaked thousands of documents from the U.S. Democratic National Committee. The data dump came on the eve of the party's convention to nominate Hillary Clinton as its presidential candidate. Cybersecurity firms say the attack came from Russia -- possibly under orders from the Kremlin.
People gathered in Pristina to remember the two 14-year-old girls and a 21-year-old man killed by a gunman in Munich. (RFE/RL's Balkan Service)
Thousands of people from Afghanistan’s Hazara minority demonstrated in the capital Kabul on July 23 demanding changes to the route of a planned power line. A suicide attack at the protest killed scores.
Ukrainians bade farewell to a journalist killed by a car bombing on the streets of Kyiv, as police investigations continued. (RFE/RL's Ukrainian Service)
A grandmother, a mother, and a two-year-old were laid to rest in Kazakhstan -- all victims of the truck attack in France. (RFE/RL's Kazakh Service)
Hundreds joined a protest in central Belgrade, calling on Hungary to open its border to people who wish to seek political asylum in the European Union. (RFE/RL's Balkan Service)
Ukrainian government forces and Russia-backed separatists exchanged mortar and machine-gun fire for two hours, amid a sharp increase in fighting. (RFE/RL's Ukrainian Service)
Moldovan architecture students have proposed bold new designs for the capital, Chisinau, with the goal of giving the city a recognizable landmark. Whether they have any chance of being built is an open question. (RFE/RL's Moldovan Service)
Kostyantyn Beskorovayni, an elected councilor for the Communist Party in the town of Kostyantynivka, says he was held in unlawful detention in various locations by Ukraine's Security Service (SBU), from November 2014 until February 2016.
Ukrainian Priest Father Valentin told RFE/RL's Current Time TV of daily beatings from Russia-backed separatists who detained him in November 2014, and held him for 15 months.
Ukrainian government forces and Russia-backed rebels have carried out arbitrary detentions and used torture, Tanya Lokshina from Human Rights Watch told RFE/RL.
An RFE/RL team was kicked out of a Turkmen horse fair in the Czech Republic, after attempting to speak to a visiting Turkmen official about crossbreeding of Akhal-Teke horses.
Several hundred Armenian protesters supporting a radical opposition group holding hostages at a police station have clashed with security forces in the capital, Yerevan.
Award-winning Belarusian journalist Pavel Sheremet was killed when the car he was driving was destroyed by a bomb in the Ukrainian capital, Kyiv. Authorities described Sheremet's death on July 20 as a "skillfully" planned "murder."
A public funeral was held in Almaty, Kazakhstan, for two police officers who were killed in a shooting attack. A total of six people were killed in the July 18 attack, and several were wounded. (RFE/RL's Kazakh Service)
An eyewitness said Belarusian journalist Pavel Sheremet was already dead when people tried to rescue him from his car that was destroyed by an explosion in the Ukrainian capital, Kyiv.
When the Summer Games open in August, Georgia's shooting team will make Olympic history as the first team with a mother and son competing together. Medalist Nino Salukvadze is taking part in her eighth Olympics, while her son, Tsotne Machavariani, is aiming for gold for the first time.
Belarusian journalist Pavel Sheremet was killed early on July 20 when the car he was driving exploded in the Ukrainian capital.
Residents in Ukraine's separatist-controlled eastern city of Luhansk staged a fake riot involving hundreds of locals. The exercise on July 19 was organized by a local pro-Russian activist group on the streets of the city.
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