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In the midst of the pandemic and an economic crisis, many restaurants in the Hungarian capital, Budapest, were forced to close down.
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Goodbye Lenin? Not In These Ukrainian Villages
All of Ukraine's statues of Soviet leader Vladimir Ilyich Lenin should have been taken down under a law passed in 2015.
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Afghanistan Opens $6 Million Pine-Nut Factory As Sales To China Boom
A new pine-nut processing factory has opened in the Afghan city of Gardez, the capital of the southeastern Afghan province of Paktia.
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Pakistani Opposition Rally In Islamabad, Accuse Prime Minister Khan Of Illegal Campaign Funding
Pakistan's opposition staged a massive rally in Islamabad against Prime Minister Imran Khan, who is accused of illegally raising campaign funds from outside the country.
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Pakistani Students Demand Virtual Exams As Government Begins Reopening Educational Institutions
Hundreds of students gathered in Pakistan's capital, Islamabad, on January 18 to demand that they be allowed to take exams virtually instead of being forced to be physically present in examination
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Detained Navalny Slams 'Lawlessness,' Calls For Protests
Russian opposition leader Aleksei Navalny said a hearing he faced at a police station on January 18 was a mockery of justice and called for street protests, as Western leaders demanded his release.
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A Day In The Life Of An Iranian Nurse On The COVID-19 Front Line
Iranian nurse Somayeh Hosseinzadeh had to work back-to-back shifts away from her family for the first few weeks of the coronavirus pandemic and says her department at Tehran's Shariati Hospital was
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Navalny Says Putin 'Scared,' Calls Detention Hearing 'Lawlessness'
Kremlin critic Aleksei Navalny appeared at a hearing on January 18, the day after he was detained at a Moscow airport upon his arrival from Germany.
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Navalny Arrested On Arrival At Moscow Airport
Russian opposition leader Aleksei Navalny was arrested at the passport control desk on arrival at Moscow's Sheremetyevo airport on January 17.
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Russian opposition politician Aleksei Navalny was detained on January 17 by law enforcement authorities at Moscow's Sheremetyevo airport after he arrived in Russia from Germany, where he was being
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Navalny Boards Flight For Russia
Russian opposition figure Aleksei Navalny has left Berlin for Moscow, despite the Russian authorities' stated intention to arrest him and potentially jail him for years.
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Serbian Freelancers Protest Retroactive Taxes
Hundreds of freelancers and online workers marched through central Belgrade on January 16 to protest a recent law that requires them to pay income taxes for the last five years.
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Ukrainians Sing And Dance The Old Year Out And The New One In
Old and young danced, sang, and marched from morning till morning in Krasnoilsk, a village in southern Ukraine close to the Romanian border, to see in the new year according to the popular Malanka
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Showdown In Moscow: Navalny Risks Jail With Return To Russia
Russian opposition leader Aleksei Navalny is returning to Moscow on Sunday, January 17, after six months in Germany being treated for a near-fatal poisoning.
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'Alyonushka Of The Apocalypse:' Russian Monument Gets Laughed Out Of Town
In the Russian city of Novovoronezh, a poorly designed statue was so widely loathed that officials had it dismantled -- but not before it became a joke on social media.
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Kyrgyz Teacher Scratches Out A Living In A Coal Mine
Tair Borubaev has been working as a coal miner for eight years in the Suluktu coalfield in southern Kyrgyzstan. It's the oldest operational coalfield in Central Asia.
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'Take It Off!': Ukrainians Drop Masks And Break Lockdown Rules
A Ukrainian doctor bows to pressure from her patients and removes her mask before entering a packed church service, while the country's president posts maskless selfies from a ski resort.
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In Russia's Urals, Abandoned Industrial Towns Are Reclaimed By Forest
In Russia's Urals region, towns that once churned out industrial chemicals and coal are now largely abandoned.
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'Music Takes Your Mind Off War And Death': Ukrainian Violinist Plays In The Trenches
Roman is a trained violinist who signed up to fight Russia-backed separatists in Ukraine's eastern Donbas region.
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Cooking meals, cleaning, policing the streets, and burying the dead: These are just a few of the essential jobs whose demands never let up during the coronavirus crisis.
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Snow and low temperatures have brought more misery for migrants living in a makeshift camp in a forest above the town of Velika Kladusa in northwestern Bosnia-Herzegovina.
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Pakistani Government Employees Demand Raise In Line With Inflation
Hundreds of federal government employees rallied in the Pakistani capital, Islamabad, to call for an increase in their salaries in line with the rate of inflation.
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Flooding Leaves Thousands Without Drinking Water Or Electricity In Kosovo
Heavy rain and snow have brought devastating floods to thousands of hectares in western Kosovo.
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There were no opposition parties in Kazakhstan's parliamentary elections, but the voting booths were open anyway to make sure people voted for the "right" candidates.
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Afghans Displaced By War Left Cold And Hungry In the Snow
Delbar and her family of eight fled war in Afghanistan's Faryab Province almost a year ago and their home district is currently under the control of Taliban militants.
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Belarusians Demand Lukashenka Resign
For the 22nd Sunday in a row, opposition supporters took to the streets of the Belarusian capital, Minsk, to protest against the government of Alyaksandr Lukashenka.
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RFE/RL Journalist Expelled From Polling Station In Kazakhstan
An RFE/RL journalist has been expelled from a polling station by local election authorities saying that he did not have a negative COVID test.
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Kyrgyz citizens went to the polls on January 10 in an election that is expected to confirm Sadyr Japarov's hold on power.
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Protesters Detained In Kazakhstan Amid Parliamentary Elections
Dozens of activists were detained on January 10 in at least three of Kazakhstan's main cities, including the capital, Nur-Sultan, amid local and parliamentary elections.
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Protesters carrying banned white-and-red national flags marched in parks and residential areas in a number of towns on January 9 demanding resignation of Alyaksandr Lukashenka and accountability for
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