Plus, Prague backpedals on asylum of Tymoshenko husband, and Tallinn mulls “free rides.”
Plus, forced marriage of Balkan immigrants troubling Germany and Central Asia’s protesters-for-hire.
Plus, Slovenian media gang up in paywall scheme and a favorite Azeri novel will get the Hollywood treatment.
Plus, a Kazakh journalist leaves jail, vowing to keep fighting, and Czech churches could finally recover property confiscated by communists.
Plus, Bulgaria’s spy-diplomats win the latest round against the government and Tymoshenko’s husband gets asylum in the Czech Republic.
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