Conflict & Diplomacy

21 March 2019
Taliban Releases Afghan Fighters Captured on Turkmen Border

One hundred Afghan troops reportedly fled into Turkmenistan as militants delivered a major blow.

14 March 2019
Senior Chechen Official Denies Declaring Feud Against Blogger

Popular on social media in Chechnya, Tumso Abdurakhmanov is seeking asylum in Poland.

14 March 2019
‘No Limitations’ on Ukraine’s Missile Force: Poroshenko

Kyiv says the collapse of a landmark Cold War arms-control pact gives it a free hand to develop new ballistic missiles.

7 March 2019
EU Conservatives Go Toe to Toe with Viktor Orban

Certain to lose seats in the May elections, the European People’s Party delivers an ultimatum to Hungary’s ruling party.

4 March 2019
Report Documents Destruction of Armenian Necropolis in Azerbaijan Exclave

World’s largest medieval Armenian cemetery in Nakhichevan was obliterated in 2005, say researchers.

28 February 2019
Iranian Resistance Group Denies Albanian Abuse Claims

The shadowy People's Mujahedin of Iran set up camp in Albania six years ago with help from unknown friends.

26 February 2019
Where Is Detained Tajik Opposition Leader?

Rights groups say they have solid evidence Russian agents spirited Sharofiddin Gadoev onto a Dushanbe-bound plane.

20 February 2019
‘The Republic Lives on and Is Managed by Rumors’

After a series of sudden departures and murders in the ‘People’s Republics,’ is Russia finally formalizing its control in eastern Ukraine? From openDemocracy.

By Yulia Abibok
18 February 2019
Central European Summit in Jerusalem Called Off Premium

Benjamin Netanyahu hoped to cement ties with fellow nationalists, boost campaign for European recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital.

12 February 2019
Suspected 9/11 Planner Sues Lithuania Premium

Lithuania, along with Romania and Poland, have been held accountable for the detention and abuse of 9/11 suspects at secret CIA prisons.



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