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Regional giant Kazakhstan has remained aloof from its neighbors' long-running disputes over water resources. That may be changing.
After decades of neglect and abuse, Prague's river begins to attract developers and residents.
In 2007, Polish officials were locked in a legal and public relations battle with environmentalists and the EU over a highway near the Lithuanian border.
TOL slide show: On Baku’s outskirts, one of the most polluted places on earth, residents live with the legacy of oil.