Saturday, November 22, 2014


  • Wary Congress Could Scuttle Iran Deal

    As a deadline approaches for world powers to strike a deal with Iran over its nuclear program, U.S. President Barack Obama faces a challenge getting it through -- or past -- a wary Congress.

  • Decisive Weekend For Iran Nuclear Talks

    Deadlocked international talks aimed at reaching a permanent agreement with Iran over its nuclear program have entered their final weekend before a November 24 deadline.

  • Audio Podcast: A Year Of Living Dangerously

    On the first anniversary of Kyiv's Euromaidan protests, the latest "Power Vertical Podcast" looks at how this landmark event has changed Ukraine and Russia -- and where each may be headed.


Battleground Ukraine



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RFE/RL Video Roundup - November 21i
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November 21, 2014
Poles run from Warsaw to Kyiv to celebrate Ukraine's Maidan movement, Kurdish fighters bury a comrade killed in Kobani, and a bombing strikes a military convoy in Pakistan, plus stories from Moldova, Bosnia-Herzegovina, and Georgia.
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Video November 21

Poles run from Warsaw to Kyiv to celebrate Ukraine's Maidan movement, Kurdish fighters bury a comrade killed in Kobani, and a bombing strikes a military convoy in Pakistan, plus stories from Moldova, Bosnia-Herzegovina, and Georgia.
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Video November 20

An imprisoned activist is freed in Kazakhstan, Taliban militants attack a foreigners' compound in Kabul, and Tajik migrant workers face new rules for traveling to Russia, plus stories from Pakistan, Kyrgyzstan, and Tatarstan.
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Video November 19

A McDonald's reopens in Moscow, displaced persons complain of corruption in Pakistan, Pakistani journalists remember slain colleagues, plus a report from Kazakhstan.
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Video November 18

Pakistani health workers launch a campaign against polio, students celebrate Malala Yousafzai's Nobel Prize, UNICEF holds a "children's parliament" in Bosnia-Herzegovina, plus stories from Tajikistan and Kazakhstan.
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Video November 17

Celebrations mark 25 years since the Velvet Revolution in the Czech Republic, a 16-year-old girl is killed in an accident with a hand grenade at a school in Kazakhstan, some 30,000 join antigovernment protests in Georgia, plus stories from Bosnia and Kyrgyzstan.

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Photogallery A Journey Into A Mysterious Siberian Crater

Three massive craters were discovered this summer on the Yamal Peninsula in northern Siberia. In an effort to understand the origins of the newly formed craters, a group of scientists descended into one of the holes, reaching a frozen lake at the bottom.

Video Czechs Mark Velvet Revolution's 25th Anniversary

Czechs on November 17 marked the 25th anniversary of the Velvet Revolution, the peaceful protest movement that brought an end to communist rule in Czechoslovakia. Thousands of protesters used the anniversary to denounce what they said is the current president's poor record on human rights.

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