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RFE/RL Video Roundup, May 29i
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May 29, 2015
A transgender candidate in local elections in Pakistan, a 14-year-old wins a car at a Koran recitation contest in Kazakhstan, and young performers prepare for the visit of Pope Francis in Bosnia. (RFE/RL)
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Video May 29

A transgender candidate in local elections in Pakistan, a 14-year-old wins a car at a Koran recitation contest in Kazakhstan, and young performers prepare for the visit of Pope Francis in Bosnia. (RFE/RL)
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Video May 28

The funeral of a prominent rebel commander in eastern Ukraine, the opposition rallies in Azerbaijan, shopkeepers protest against too much security in Pakistan, plus stories from Kazakhstan and Tajikistan.
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Video May 27

A summit signals rapprochement between Serbia and Albania, a Belarusian defendant provokes President Lukashenka, and campaigning draws to a close before elections in northwest Pakistan, plus stories from Bosnia-Herzegovina and Tajikistan.
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Video May 26

Gun battles claim the lives of 26 security personnel in Afghanistan, colorful celebrations mark Independence Day on the streets of cities in Georgia, and lawyers launch a national strike after two of their colleagues are killed by police in Pakistan, plus stories from Tajikistan and Bosnia. (RFE/RL)
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Video May 25

An Air Force plane crashes in northwest Pakistan, Kazakh military recruits celebrate the end of the school year, and Ukrainians march in traditional dress, plus more stories from Kazakhstan and Georgia.

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Video Flushed With Success: Russian Pensioner Wins Battle For Free Toilets

A Russian pensioner has won a three-year battle to force transport authorities in her region to provide free toilet facilities. Svetlana Ivanovna’s struggle began after she literally wrestled with an irate cashier in a toilet cubicle – but ended with piles of documentary evidence in a court of law.

Video Pakistan's Pagans Cling On, In Remote Mountain Haven

High in the Hindu Kush Mountains of northwest Pakistan, a small tribe clings to an ancient pre-Islamic culture. Paler skinned than the other people in the region, some claim the Kalash are descendants of soldiers who marched through the area under Alexander the Great more than 2,000 years ago.

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