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February 27, 2022
The West And Russian Gas: What You Need To Know
In addition to its military might, Russia wields a big political weapon: energy supplies to the EU. In response to Moscow’s invasion of Ukraine, EU leaders are implementing tough sanctions on Moscow. They are also talking about becoming less dependent on Russia's gas imports -- a challenging task.
December 10, 2021
'Chain Murders' Timeline: Iran's Long, Bloody Reach
An investigation by RFE/RL unveils new evidence pointing to Iran's involvement in the 1992 killing of dissident showman Fereydoun Farrokhzad in Bonn, Germany. Farrokhzad was one of dozens of Iranian dissidents and intellectuals killed inside Iran and abroad in the 1980s and 1990s in what became know
December 08, 2021
How Have The Lives Of Russians Changed Since 1991? Take A Guess!
In 1991, the year the Soviet Union collapsed, the average Russian got married between the ages of 18 and 24, had one or two children, and was expected to live to the age of 69. How have the lives of Russians changed since then?
December 06, 2021
Most Ukrainians Want To Join NATO
Ukrainian Troops Destroy Russian Armor In Donetsk Region2
Bypassing Bosnia: The Massive Bridge Set To Transform Balkan Travel3
Inside Tito's Secret Bunker4
UN Could Organize 'Humanitarian Corridor' For Ukrainian Black Sea Shipping, Port Owner Says5
Russia's Offensive In Ukraine Has Lost Momentum, Western Military Officials Say6
Ukrainian Troops At Azovstal Steelworks Surrender, Yielding Strategic City Of Mariupol To Russia7
More Than 260 Ukrainian Soldiers Evacuated From Steelworks In Mariupol, Defense Ministry Says8
Ukraine Hopes Soldiers Evacuated From Mariupol Can Be Part Of Prisoner Exchange9
More Russian Military Enlistment Buildings Targeted In Possible Sign Of War Protest10
A Romanian Actor's #MeToo Moment Is Met With A Shrug