Corruption crackdowns have tended to fizzle out in Ukraine. Will this one be any different?
Cultural luminaries rise in defense of Kirill Serebrennikov following searches of his home and Moscow’s Gogol Center theater.
Desperately needed bailout money could start flowing soon.
Roads are substantially safer in the EU than they were 15 years ago, but the west-east divide is not closing.
After a period of going easy on dissent, the Lukashenka regime crushed nationwide protests in March.
Government says Serbian nationalists backed by Russia planned to overthrow pro-NATO government.
Estimates say up to 10,000 people marched through the Hungarian capital against growing authoritarianism.
Film and pop music are being used to sway teens away from criticizing the state.
The Baltic country may be the first in the world to receive gays escaping a reported purge against homosexuals, while Poland continues to send back asylum seekers to Belarus.
Each side says the other caused only minor damage, no casualties in skirmishes this week.
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The Moldovan Diaries is a multimedia, interactive examination of the country's ethnic, religious, social and political identities by Paolo Paterlini and Cesare De Giglio.
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