Plus, Estonia and Latvia brace for more asylum seekers and Georgia’s new prime minister takes on The Washington Post.
Plus, Ukraine marks a milestone in the Chernobyl cleanup and Russians plan to celebrate the end of the world in style.
Plus, Czech top brass plead on behalf of jailed ‘spies’ and the Russians who get a kick out of poisoning stray dogs.
Plus, an expensive dispute over a Yugoslav-era bank won’t go away, and Russia frees an imprisoned physicist after eight years.
Plus, witnesses in many Balkans war crimes trials remain unprotected and a historic mosque rises again in the Bosnian-Serb capital.
Plus, Tajikistan might offer male teachers a military service exemption and a Romania director wants to open the country's eyes to its role in the Holocaust.
Plus, Tajikistan wants to wean students from Western influence and North Caucasus strongmen argue over the proper way to bury slain rebels.
Plus, Lithuania will finally have a government and Serbs consider next moves after the shock prison release of Croatian war hero Gotovina.
Plus, Baku police break up an opposition rally, and suspected militants are killed in the North Caucasus.
Plus, Bulgaria signs a major energy and pipeline deal with Russia and a Tajik rights group demands a probe of prison abuse.
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