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The Rundown -- January 28

RFE/RL in the Media

# Part 2 of Radio Prague interview with RFE/RL President and CEO Kevin Klose
# Yahoo News uses RFE/RL Ukrainian Service video of protesters reinforcing barricades
# RFE/RL Ukrainian Service coverage of protester who was abused by police cited by Foreign Policy
# RFE/RL cited by "Toronto Star" in story about Lech Walesa
# CPJ cites RFE/RL Russian Service as one of a small number of outlets reporting about people evicted from their homes in Sochi
# Yanukovych offers to scrap anti-protest law
# "Ukraine's Public Enemy Number One: The Police" - Erica Marat, Foreign Policy
# Can Ukraine escape Putin?
# Aleksei Navalny unveils Sochi corruption report
# Sochi mayor: There are no gays here
# Torch arrives in Dagestan
# In Russia, bitcoins could be a crime
# Envious of Ukraine, Russians have their own satirical map
# "How to Solve Obama's Iran Dilemma" - Dennis Ross, Politico
# Iran releases Basij-backed "rights report" critical of the U.S.
# Next round of Iran talks to be held in New York
# "Don't Undermine the Iran Deal" - Carl Levin and Angus King, "New York Times"
# Executions by the hundreds
# U.S. plans to sell 24 apache helicopters to Iraq
# Afghanistan frees 37 prisoners, despite U.S. objections
# Afghanistan exit puts U.S. drone program in peril
# Afghanistan's most controversial actress
# Pakistan warns Taliban may be planning attacks in the country's north
# The doctor at the heart of U.S-Pakistan rift
# Minorities complain of discrimination in Pakistan
# South Korean news outlet claims Armenian president had $187,000 facial in Gangnam district
# Woman's "exorcism" becomes a sensation in Azerbaijan
# EU arrests "moderate" Kosovo Serb leader in wartime probe
Of Interest
# There is no Sochi double-toilet; there is not a ship full of cannibal rats
# Facebook is seeking editors for its news app