Both Kabul and the Taliban appreciate Tashkent’s quiet diplomacy, but peace talks still seem a distant prospect.
Verdict comes days after the latest sentence in a major Russian case linked to 2016 hack of U.S. Democratic Party.
Thirty years on from the end of the Soviet intervention in Afghanistan, war veterans have to deal with contemporary conflicts in their search for friendship and recognition. From openDemocracy.
One hundred Afghan troops reportedly fled into Turkmenistan as militants delivered a major blow.
Popular on social media in Chechnya, Tumso Abdurakhmanov is seeking asylum in Poland.
Kyiv says the collapse of a landmark Cold War arms-control pact gives it a free hand to develop new ballistic missiles.
Certain to lose seats in the May elections, the European People’s Party delivers an ultimatum to Hungary’s ruling party.
World’s largest medieval Armenian cemetery in Nakhichevan was obliterated in 2005, say researchers.
The shadowy People's Mujahedin of Iran set up camp in Albania six years ago with help from unknown friends.
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