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The U.S. and the Taliban are on the verge of signing a historic deal that could pave the way to ending America’s longest-ever war. What’s in the agreement? By @FrudBezhan
As coronavirus evacuees arrived in Ukraine, locals greeted them with violence.
Iranians are increasingly worried about the coronavirus after the country reported two more deaths among 13 new cases of the disease on February 21.
Some in Iran are concerned that officials are not being truthful about the extent of the coronavirus in the country.
A Kazakh court has sentenced three men to life in prison in the high-profile case of a ranger who was allegedly beaten to death during a confrontation with suspected poachers.
Millions of people died of starvation in 1932-33 when Soviet authorities seized food to force Ukrainian peasants to join collective farms. One woman reveals how her great-grandfather secretly photographed the suffering in the city of Kharkiv.
A week-long "reduction in violence" between the Taliban and U.S. and Afghan security forces will begin at midnight local time.
Lyubov Sobol posted a video showing armed, masked men barging into her office ahead of today's rally in Moscow. Sobol was one of the opposition candidates not allowed to stand in the upcoming municipal elections.
Russian opposition activist Konstantin Sinitsyn has been found dead of head injuries in the entranceway to his St. Petersburg apartment building.
Scientists are beginning ask whether the European measles epidemic was bolstered by Russian trolls who infiltrated anti-vaccination groups to spread the Kremlin's agenda.
Police have raided the office of opposition politician Aleksei Navalny's Anti-Corruption Foundation in Moscow, a step he claims is an attempt to disrupt the publication of a damning investigation against the head of Russia's second-largest bank.