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Three jovial Georgian teenagers had no idea they were about to become Internet sensations when they recorded a video-selfie earlier this month while walking on a country road.
Episode 6: For a country, like Georgia, keen on promoting its European credentials, a camel attack in the center of...
A man of controversy as much as change, former Georgian President and Soviet Foreign Minister Eduard Shevardnadze has died at the age of 86, according to a spokesperson, Reuters reported....
A bust of Joseph Stalin popped up in the Soviet dictator’s ...
Episode 5: Struggling with state regulations on rock music, the Iranian heavy-metal band Masters of Persia...
State-controlled media in Russia would like the world to believe a large majority of residents in eastern Ukraine yearn to bolt Kyiv for Moscow's warm embrace, but polling data...
Episode 4: Iconic filmmaker Sergo (Sergei) Parajanov – a man who in his lifetime gained a reputation as the Soviet Union’s Fellini – would have turned 90 today. This EurasiaNet...
American airmen at the Manas air base, outside Kyrgyzstan's capital, Bishkek, have begun packing. They'll be gone by next summer, together with their fleet of refueling tankers.
“Welcome to Osh. Osh is a city in the heart of Central Asia. And a window into a little known region. Osh is recovering from trauma.”
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