Political heads continue to roll amid the turmoil sweeping Slovakia in the wake of a journalist’s murder.
Investigators say migrants paid smugglers up to $6,000 for transport from Turkey to Western Europe.
Turkey is increasingly hostile to religious exiles and other opponents of harsh Dushanbe regime, Tajik activists claim.
In addition to a shared alphabet, the two countries also have a decade-long history of collaboration on Arctic research.
Ruling party, risking EU voting rights suspension, appoints own nominees to judicial watchdog, while Holocaust law might cost Warsaw U.S. funding for military projects.
The new holiday reveals patriotic sentiments in a country where national traditions are on the upswing.
Protests against appointment of communist-era riot squad member to head police watchdog morph into attacks on prime minister.
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