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After at least two protesters lost an eye, activists are demanding that those responsible be held accountable. By RFE/RL’s Georgian Service.
The Russian government is excavating a Gulag burial site in a bid to prove a controversial theory that will dilute its connection to Stalin’s Great Terror. But the two historians most capable of challenging the initiative no longer have a voice. By Matthew Luxmoore
What do you do with the women who went to join Islamic State when their countries of origin don’t want them back? By Kaisa Alliksaar
Lyubov Sobol, a driving force of Aleksei Navalny's Anti-Corruption Foundation, is hoping to break the ruling party’s electoral monopoly in Moscow. It hasn’t been easy. By Dmitry Volchek and Robert Coalson
A Ukrainian rock star is moving back into politics. By Current Time and Neil Bowdler
Bulgarian Communist dictator Zhivkov is portrayed as a hero in proposed school textbooks. By Elitza Simeonova and Ron Synovitz