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A possible change in the status of the Hagia Sophia sparks tensions between Turkey and Greece
Newly declassified documents show that accidents occurred at Chernobyl nuclear power plant before the main disaster in 1986
Ukraine have unveiled new information about the Chernobyl catastrophe
President Zelensky and his children have not tested positive for the virus
New restrictions and calls for citizens in Eastern Europe, the Caucasus and Central Asia
Why the former president would need a "post without power"
Russia, coronavirus: suspiciously low mortality, soaring infections– and a very large number of dead doctors. Why?
113 out of 1625 people who HAVE died of the virus in Russia are medics. Italy and Great Britain each report around the same number of medical staff casualties, but the overall death toll in each is around 30,000. The credibility of the Russian statistics is under question.
Former Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili has confirmed his upcoming appointment to a government post in Ukraine.
Ankara Bar Association under fire for criticism of Turkish Minister of Religious Affairs Ali Erbaş' harsh statement on sexual minorities
Will the government's anti-crisis plan help?
As long as no new coronavirus problems arise, Turkey plans to resume domestic tourism first, and then open the country to foreign tourists by mid-summer
Coronavirus pandemic: news, cases and deaths statistics, analysis, preventive safety measures, focus on the Caucasus and Azerbaijan, Armenia, Georgia
South Ossetia's city of Tskhinval has been given a second name - Stalinir. Why people here continue to love Stalin, after so many Ossetians perished in the repressions during his rule
Pandemic: facts and figures, analysis, safety measures, with the focus on the Caucasus
The gathering place is the Yandex.Maps online navigator. People demand or declare an emergency as a method of combating coronavirus - or open businesses
This post was offered to him by president Zelensky
Pandemic in Russia: despite new outbreaks, healthcare system critically unprepared, authorities discussing lifting quarantine restrictions
Official stats, alarming as they are, do not reflect the whole picture, as even a bigger number of cases may have gone undiagnosed. What doctors, journalists and and officials say in Russia.
How one of the most closed-off countries in the region is trying to be more open to the public, and what happened as a result