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Take a dip in beer or be stung by dozens of bees at this unconventional health spa in Konopkivka.
Shouting, slogans and tweets amplify Yulia Tymoshenko's days in a Kiev court.
Social networking sites including Facebook tell protesters when and where to gather, silently, before they break into applause.
As public's trust withers, Lukashenko might be forced into reforms to his Soviet-style autocracy.
After Belarusian ruble tumbles, residents search for foreign currency while waiting for the government to act.
Report says government officials in Kyrgyzstan did too little to stop the ethnic killings.
Owner reinstates Brian Bonner, the editor of the English-language weekly.
President Alexander Lukashenko has blamed outside forces bent on destabilizing the former Soviet state.
Strongmen including Alexander Lukashenko, Nursultan Nazarbayev unfazed by Middle East unrest.
Belarus announces partial devaluation of the ruble, as hard currency hemorrhages from the country.
The sarcophagus built over Chernobyl's exploded nuclear reactor needs to be replaced.
The Parfenkov trial may be a sign to what remains of the country’s independent civil society that any anti-government actions will be crushed.
As Lukashenko begins his new term, Western governments contemplate sanctions.
Ukraine's former prime minister suspects corruption investigation is a witch hunt.
Minsk's Communist-style crackdown leaves Western governments with few options.
Western governments condemn re-election of Lukashenko as undemocratic.
How will Minsk react when long-time leader seizes another victory?
Without a president, eastern European country will have trouble luring investment.
Are the central Asian nation's neighbors rooting for its democracy to fail?
Ethnic Kyrgyz blame ethnic Uzbeks for violence and the media for inflaming tensions.