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Sentiment grows to declare the house of naive painter Polina Rayko a national cultural monument of Ukraine. From Vhoru, a Kherson-based news outlet. Read more.
Regional headlines: Navalny in coma; criminal probe into Belarusian opposition; Czechia seeks coronavirus vaccine; a pink lake in Kazakhstan; and inmate labor in Serbia. Read more.
Regional headlines: political deal in North Macedonia; resignations in Poland; a controversial road in Kosovo; loans for Uzbek workers; opposition in Azerbaijan. Read more.
Regional headlines: Lukashenka stands his ground; Bulgarian bitcoin mining; a Russian-Dutch spying scandal; Warsaw defends anti-LGBT trend; Lithuania bans Hezbollah. Read more.
It is not clear if the opposition to Lukashenka has a cohesive organizational underground capable of coordinating a sustained campaign of resistance. Read more.
Regional headlines: Belarus standoff continues; Poland, U.S. ink troops pact; Germany closes door on Balkan workers; Belarus sends mercenaries home to Russia; Central Asian pandemic update. Read more.
When Ideologies Clashed, Bosnia Suffered
An American lawyer/ethnographer’s groundbreaking book illuminates the universal features of jihadi movements while eliding their violence and fanaticism. Read more.
Regional headlines: Belarusian protesters freed; Pompeo’s Central European tour; Russian arms to Armenia; a jailed Uzbek journalist; and more confusion over Russia’s COVID vaccine. Read more.