Plus, Latvia may allow dual citizenship for some and what are the ramifications of the new revelations about the Katyn massacre?
Plus, an official who helped crush the Hungarian uprising is arrested and the Russian Orthodox leader says the church is under attack.
Plus, Kazakhstan’s oil workers were systematically victimized, and the photos of Kosovo’s missing finally come down.
The forces behind the murder of a prominent cleric are determined to scuttle what could be Dagestan's last chance for peace.
Plus, Bulgaria's leader pledges economic progress, and NATO weighs in on a controversial pardon in Azerbaijan.
Plus, Hungary gets nationalization-happy and Putin shows birds how to migrate.
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