A recent referendum renaming South Ossetia opened up the age-old topic about Alanian history and heritage in the Caucasus. From JAMnews.
Roads are substantially safer in the EU than they were 15 years ago, but the west-east divide is not closing.
The Baltic country may be the first in the world to receive gays escaping a reported purge against homosexuals, while Poland continues to send back asylum seekers to Belarus.
The use of punitive psychiatry against political opponents appears to be on the upswing in post-Soviet states.
Marko Perkovic Thompson’s highly charged lyrics have been used to justify concert bans in at least five countries.
The brainchild of a Czech linguist and a Croatian anthropologist, the language aims to build bridges between Slavic people.
Baku celebrates Islamic unity and tolerance even as its sincerity about religious freedom comes under scrutiny.
The pontiff adds his voice to growing skepticism about the Virgin Mary’s supposed visitations to the Bosnian town.
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