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Last Call For Bishkek’s Obama Bar & Grill?

When Barack Obama leaves office, will the restaurant named after him close its doors? The manager of the Obama Bar & Grill in the Kyrgyz capital says definitely not, because just like Obama, the eatery has earned its place in history. (RFE/RL’s Kyrgyz Service)

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Thousands Protest In New York On Eve Of Trump’s Inauguration

Thousands of people demonstrated outside the Trump International Hotel and Tower in New York City on January 19 to express their opposition to the policies of Donald Trump on the eve of his inauguration as U.S. president. The speakers included well-known actors, singers, and the mayor of New York, Bill ...

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Pakistani Protesters Scuffle With Police Amid Fuel Shortages

Police detained several people in the Pakistani city of Quetta on January 18 after gas and electricity shortages prompted protesters to block roads. (RFE/RL’s Radio Mashaal)

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Help For Kyrgyz Plane Crash Orphan

A seven-year-old Kyrgyz boy left orphaned when a plane crashed into his house has received generous offers of help. Jakshylyk Sheraliev’s family was killed when a Turkish cargo plane crashed into his home near Bishkek on January 16. Local businessmen have come forward offering to pay for the boy’s private ...

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Inaugurations: History And Tradition

U.S. presidential inaugurations are celebrations of democracy. Here are some facts about the peaceful handover of power, which stretches back more than 200 years. (RFE/RL’s Ukrainian Service)

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New Life For Schindler’s Factory?

Crumbling ruins are all that remain of the factory where Oskar Schindler saved 1,200 Jews from the Holocaust, but that may be about to change. (Ray Furlong, Roman Kupka, RFE/RL)

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