Activists from several Ukrainian nationalist factions marched in the capital on October 14 in honor of Defenders' Day, a newly recognized holiday honoring those who have aided the country's independence.
RFE/RL spoke to O'Brien in Yerevan about his trip to Armenia to film an episode of his late-night show with the help of his Armenian-American assistant, Sona Movsesian, and his visit to the country’s genocide memorial.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has awarded his prime minister a medal for service to the fatherland.
In an attempt to push back against the news coming out of the Netherlands, Russian media moved headlines that seemed aimed at absolving Moscow of any blame for the downing of the Malaysia Airlines plane.
Belarus announced short and medium term increases in electricity tariffs as part of an effort to stabilize the country’s currency and boost its competitiveness. (In Belarusian)
Belarus has announced that the work of Nobel Prize writer Svetlana Alexievich will become a mandatory part of the country’s high-school curriculum. (Current Time TV)
Turkmen Foreign Minister Rashid Meredov is leading a delegation to Washington for annual bilateral talks on October 15, but unlike in previous years, this time Turkmenistan needs help.
A suicide bomber whose last moments were filmed in a disturbing propaganda video last month has been identified as Babur Israilov, a 21-year-old citizen of Kyrgyzstan.
Georgia’s United National Movement, formerly led by Mikheil Saakashvili and resoundingly defeated in 2012, has launched a campaign demanding the resignation of the current government and pre-term parliamentary elections.