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'Embrace of the Serpent': Colombia's soulful Oscar entry

‘Embrace of the Serpent’ takes us to the heart of darkness in the Amazon. Directed by Colombian filmmaker Ciro Guerra, it features a shaman in the

‘Embrace of the Serpent’ takes us to the heart of darkness in the Amazon. Directed by Colombian filmmaker Ciro Guerra, it features a shaman in the

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Myanmar: facts and background

Myanmar, officially the Republic of the Union of Myanmar, held a general election on Sunday, its second since polls in 2010 ended almost a

Myanmar, officially the Republic of the Union of Myanmar, held a general election on Sunday, its second since polls in 2010 ended almost a

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Sarajevo's media still exploring horrors of war

During the Bosnian War, a vast 16th century Jewish cemetery in Sarajevo was the front line in multi-ethnic fighting. The Muslim, Orthodox and

During the Bosnian War, a vast 16th century Jewish cemetery in Sarajevo was the front line in multi-ethnic fighting. The Muslim, Orthodox and

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Crimean Tatars hold commemorative event in Kyiv

A commemorative event was held on Saturday, May 17 in the Ukrainian capital Kyiv to mark the 70th anniversary of the deportation of Tatars from the

A commemorative event was held on Saturday, May 17 in the Ukrainian capital Kyiv to mark the 70th anniversary of the deportation of Tatars from the

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Crimean Tatars leader says 'reaction to Russian pressure unknown'

The main leader of the Crimean Tatars, Mustafa Dzhemilev, has said they are coming under increasing pressure from Russian authorities to show loyalty

The main leader of the Crimean Tatars, Mustafa Dzhemilev, has said they are coming under increasing pressure from Russian authorities to show loyalty

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Turkey's democratic reforms fall short according to Kurds

Tens of thousands of Kurds in southeast Turkey have given a thumbs down to a series of government reforms designed in part to salvage a peace process

Tens of thousands of Kurds in southeast Turkey have given a thumbs down to a series of government reforms designed in part to salvage a peace process