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The top vote-getters in Bulgaria’s parliamentary elections ran kindred campaigns with radically different platforms.
Russian officials admit to drastically undercounting the pandemic death toll, yet lecture the world on how to tackle the crisis.
Or, four ways to squander the coming EU pandemic-recovery windfall.
Remembering a Serbian artist whose music moved freely across political and ideological lines.
Nearly eradicated decades ago, the wolf is today an emblem of successful human-predator coexistence in Poland.
The support of the Biden administration for Ukraine is strong, but is there a partner in Kyiv? From the German Marshall Fund.
A government stimulus has helped the moneyed invest and driven up property prices. From Eurasianet.
Orban’s influence on the media is without rival in Hungary – no matter what the government says. From Telex.hu.
A popular spectator event for centuries, cirit now faces questions about the animals’ welfare. From Inside Turkey.
Russian synchronized swimmer struts her stuff on social media.
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