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Yulia Tymoshenko must improve her standing in Dnipropetrovsk to beat Viktor Yanukovych.
Belarus's Lukashenko has few cards to play in disputes with Russia.
Viktor Yanukovich will face-off with Yulia Tymoshenko in closely watched contest.
Ukrainian voters are in a foul mood as the field of 18 candidates campaigns before Sunday's vote.
The closure of Lithuania's nuclear power plant leaves the small EU country dependent on Russia — for now.
Minsk might give the impression of an idealized Soviet Union, but the recession has revealed cracks in Belarus' "market socialism."
On Monday the Communist Party walked out of Moldova's parliament, meaning the small country faces months of more uncertainty.
The H1N1 outbreak has led Ukrainian officials to accuse each other of inappropriate responses.
AKPD advises aspiring presidential candidate Yulia Tymoshenko.
Obstacles to reopening the two countries' border include Azerbaijan, parliamentary approval and the weight of history.
How the Communist Party has held on to Moldovans' votes.
But despite appearances, the neighbors are not the best of friends.
Despite Russia's aggression toward Georgia, other former satellites go their own way.
Real or not, the menace of Afghan militants is the talk of this small Kyrgyzstan town.
Where even soccer is politics, infrastructure improvements have fallen behind.
Observers worry the administration is muting criticism because of Central Asia's strategic importance.
The Communists narrowly lose to the opposition, who will now try to elect a president.
Moldova's election has been cast as a battle between East and West.
More than half of the OSCE election observers criticized the vote counting in Kyrgyzstan.
A new law in Kazakhstan increases internet oversight, while Azerbaijan arrests producers of satirical web video.