Friday, July 11, 2014


  • RESTRICTIONS - DO NOT TAKE - Russia - Tajikistan, Xenia Diodorova, project "In the cold", undated

    Photogallery Tajiks 'In The Cold'

    Ksenia Diodorova, a graphic designer from St. Petersburg, spent months documenting the lives of Tajiks in the remote Pamir mountains and their relatives supporting them as labor migrants in Russia.

  • An Opera For Crimea

    A state opera theater in St. Petersburg has premiered a modernized version of a Stalin-era opera about Crimea. The uber-patriotic show has some critics beaming and others worried about public "brainwashing."

  • Audio Podcast: Russia's Looming Hangover

    After every party, comes a hangover. Is Russia about to have a big one over Ukraine?



Battleground Ukraine


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RFE/RL Video Roundup - July 11i
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July 11, 2014
Mourners commemorate a cruise ship disaster in Tatarstan, a Russian protester is released from a psychiatric ward, and Ukrainians demand the return of a pilot held in Russia, plus stories from Pakistan, Tajikistan, and Kazakhstan.
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Video July 11

Mourners commemorate a cruise ship disaster in Tatarstan, a Russian protester is released from a psychiatric ward, and Ukrainians demand the return of a pilot held in Russia, plus stories from Pakistan, Tajikistan, and Kazakhstan.
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Video July 10

A bomb attack targets security personnel in Pakistan's Bannu district, Serbian activists demand recognition of the 1995 Srebrenica massacre as genocide, Afghan civic organizations call for an investigation of election fraud allegations, and Tatarstan's Muslims join in a mass Iftar.
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Video July 9

Bosnians mourn the victims of the 1995 Srebrenica massacre, Iraqi insurgents take over military barracks in Tikrit, and Pakistani hospitals are on high alert over a deadly virus, plus stories from Russia and Afghanistan.
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Video July 8

Abdullah Abdullah claims victory in Afghanistan's disputed presidential election, Bosnians set out on a 120-kilometer journey to honor Srebrenica massacre victims, Pakistani journalists discuss the plight of internally displaced people, plus stories from Serbia and Tajikistan.
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Video July 7

Georgian President Eduard Shevardnadze has died at age 86, Russian activists protest outside the trial of two opposition leaders, and Serbians demand aid in the wake of disastrous floods, plus stories from Pakistan, Iraq, and Tajikistan.

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Photogallery Thwarted Suicide Caught In Public View In Tehran

An Iranian man threatening to jump from a telephone pole in central Tehran was talked down by emergency services on July 8 as crowds gathered below and blocked traffic for three hours.

Video Senator: Washington Will Continue To Press Baku On Rights

U.S. Senator Ben Cardin noted Azerbaijan's "strategic partnership" with the United States in dealing with security issues, such as Iran and Afghanistan, but added Washington will continue to raise human rights problems with the Azerbaijani government.

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