Plus, Moscow police charge six with recruiting Islamic extremists and Romania will again try to sell off state companies.
Plus, an investigative reporter in Kazakhstan faces another crippling court judgment and Baku turns an ugly face to EU officials.
Plus, Serbs would choose Kosovo over the EU, and Romania gets green.
Plus, journalists’ heads roll in Poland over an incendiary article and the contentious head of the Bulgarian Orthodox Church dies.
Plus, Kyrgyzstan admits its huge nuclear waste problem and Georgia’s new authorities open another channel to Russia.
Plus, Bulgaria digs deep and Moscow aims high to claim European firsts.
Plus, Azerbaijan ratchets up fines for protests and Uzbekistan spotlights three convicted spies.
Plus, no solution in sight to Kazakh forest ranger killings and North Caucasus police crack a baby-selling ring.
Plus, Russian lawmakers pass a tough new treason bill and a Czech-Japanese politician draws fire for his outspoken views on race relations.
Plus, another Muslim cleric is murdered in Dagestan and Poland is ordered to provide abortions to rape victims.
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