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Ukraine Faulted Over Foreigner Abductions, Estonian Air’s Future in Doubt Premium

Plus, bitter Albanian political rivalry immobilizes election commission and Putin grants Gerard Depardieu Russian citizenship.

By Anna Novosad, Ioana Caloianu, Jeremy Druker, and Nirvana Bhatia
2 January 2013
Kazakhs Step Up Drive Against Extremism, Presidential Amnesties Mark Czechoslovak Divorce Premium

Plus, the rise and rise of Britain’s Polish community and the Georgian parliament overturns Saakashvili veto of amnesty bill.

By Ky Krauthamer and Anna Novosad
2 January 2013
Baby Bust Premium

Though Belarus has some of the world’s most permissive abortion laws, the country has other, less visible restrictions on reproductive rights.

By Katerina Barushka
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In Rural Georgia, a Clash of Prayers and Prejudices Premium

Recent disputes over Muslim prayer halls stir concern about religious tolerance in an Orthodox-dominant nation.

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