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A memorial to slain journalist Ján Kuciak and his fiancée, Martina Kusnírová, has been set up in the lobby of Aktuality.sk. Since they were killed, the news site's office building has been guarded by the police and private security guards. Soraya Sarhaddi Nelson/NPR hide caption

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Slovakia Government's Collapse Not Enough To End Protests Over Journalist's Murder

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Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny, center, heads to a meeting of the Russia's Central Election commission in December. Officials formally barred him Alexei Navalny from running for president in the March 18 election, which he says is a predetermined sham. Evgeny Feldman/AP hide caption

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Banned From Election, Putin Foe Navalny Pursues Politics By Other Means

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Tuba and Cevheri Guven, both journalists, fled to Thessaloniki after being targeted by their own government. Turkey has imprisoned 262 journalists, making it the world's largest jailer of journalists. "If you write something on Twitter, you can go directly to prison," Tuba says. Joanna Kakissis/For NPR hide caption

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Turks Fleeing To Greece Find Mostly Warm Welcome, Despite History

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Aerial view over the rooftops of Vienna from the south tower of St. Stephen's Cathedral. Many Muslims say tensions are rising in Vienna. bluejayphoto/Getty Images/iStockphoto hide caption

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Austrian Muslims Say Religious Intolerance Is Growing

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AfD top candidates Alexander Gauland, left, and Alice Weidel celebrate with their supporters during the election party of the nationalist Alternative for Germany, in Berlin, Sunday, after the polling stations for the parliament elections closed. Martin Meissner/AP hide caption

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Bea (right) and Maggie Ordever outside their bed-and-breakfast in Seglien, France. The couple moved last October from southeastern England to this village in Brittany, in the western region in France, which has historical ties to Great Britain. Courtesy of Bea and Maggie Ordever/NPR hide caption

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France's Brittany Sees New Wave Of Brits Post-Brexit

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