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The Rundown -- January 22

RFE/RL in the Media

# Euronews and "Turkish Weekly" report on detention of RFE/RL Ukrainian Service journalists
# "National Review" calls on Russia to "free David Satter" and Jeffrey Gedmin writes about him in The Huffington Post
# Radio Prague reports on death of Milan Schulz, former RFE/RL broadcaster in Munich
# Police push back protesters as one reported dead of "gunshot" wounds
# Azarov says force okay under new protest law
# One activist disappears
# Tracking protesters by mobile phones?
# Lavrov chides West for Ukraine unrest, says Ukraine is "out of control"
# "A New Island of Dictatorship" - Olesia Oleshko, Al Jazeera
# VIDEO: Taiwanese animation of Ukraine protests
# "Putin's Run For Gold" - Brett Forrest, "Vanity Fair"
# Sochi's "toilet problem"
# Dutch band may play YMCA at Sochi oval
# Russian spy node caught snooping on Facebook
# Video: Medvedev says dis-invitation to Iran "unacceptable"
# Dasha Zhukova in chair "art" scandal (Tate 1969 version)
Middle East
# Gulen says his followers may support secular party challenge to AKP in upcoming elections; Gulen schools around the world
# Warring sides gather in Montreux
# "How Iran Played the U.N." - Colum Lynch and John Hudson, Foreign Policy
# Dance of diplomacy "halted by a misstep"
# Iran says it will be missed in Geneva II talks
# Iraqi official warns that militants could take Baghdad
# Iraq says it intends to create three new provinces to soothe sectarian tension
# Military submits plans for 10,000 troops to remain in Afghanistan after 2014
# Congress reduces Afghan aid by 50 percent
# Bomb kills seven in police patrol sent to protect polio workers; three Pakistan polio workers shot dead in earlier attack
# British organization says U.S. drone strikes killed four civilians last year
Central Asia
# Gulnara Karimova and her father appear to have made up
# Israel and Kazakhstan discuss joint military exercises
# FYI, fiddlers from Boston to tour Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan
# Is a tablet made in Armenia the next big thing?
# One Armenian soldier killed in border incident with Azerbaijan
# Kosovo political leaders "challenge Islamists"
# "Bosnia's Lessons for Syria" - Philippe Leroux-Martin, "New York Times"
Of Interest
# How the "New York Times" created its dialect map