Since retiring from professional chess in 2005, Garry Kasparov has become one of the most prominent voices in Russia’s pro-democracy movement. On DW's Interview, he speaks his mind and calls Vladimir Putin a "dictator."
The Visegrad Four have been at odds with the EU over the bloc’s values. But Slovakia and the Czech Republic are more moderate than Hungary and Poland and could help calm the waters. Tim Gosling reports from Prague.
Beirut has begun strikes against "Islamic State" positions near its border with Syria. The move is a precarious one, as it places the US-backed army tenuously on the same side as Hezbollah and Bashar al-Assad.
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