Plus, Mikhail Prokhorov buys a piece of Uralkali, and could a pipeline help fix ailing EU-Ukraine relations?
Plus, calm prevails in northern Kosovo’s revote and Russia’s Navalny is tapped to lead a new party.
Plus, Georgian exports to Russia rebound after embargo ends, and Bosnian Serbs consider how to commemorate the centenary of World War I.
Plus, Uzbekistan runs out of gas, and Albania mulls tackling Syria’s chemical stockpile.
Plus, SpaceX will fly Turkmenistan’s first satellite and fit Muscovites get free subway rides.
Plus, beleaguered Czech leftists will try to form a government, and Serbia announces the launch of construction on a major gas pipeline.
Plus, thugs beat a Sofia man unconscious in an apparent anti-migrant attack, and Poland welcomes a coal conference as it hosts the UN climate talks.
Plus, Kyrgyzstan’s president admits possibility of buying back the Kumtor mine, and Vukovar votes to ban Serbian-language signs.
Plus, Gulnara Karimova tweets about torture, and Armenia and the EU go separate ways.
Plus, Minsk and Ashgabat ink a big trade deal and Kosovo ponders the aftermath of an unruly election.
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