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The Rundown -- February 26

RFE/RL in the Media

# Natalie Sedletska, from RFE/RL's Ukrainian Service, cited in "New York Times" for work on website created for Yanukovych's documents
# "The Atlantic" posts RFE/RL's Maidan-inspired art compilation
# Three days in, Maidan not happy with new parliament
# "A Lad From Lviv Becomes the Toast of Kyiv" - Richard Balmforth, Reuters
# "Tough Challenges For a New Ukraine" - Masha Lipman, "New Yorker"
# Maidan's relationship with Jewish Ukrainians
# Yanukovych had good taste?
# Lavrov says Russia won't interfere in Ukraine
# "No, Russia Will Not Intervene in Ukraine" - Simon Shuster, "Time"
# Russian media discuss sending troops to Crimea
# A critique of the focus on Russia when talking about Ukraine's revolution
# Opposition leaders get around 10 days for protests outside Bolotnaya trials
# Obama talks to Karzai, announces plans to prepare for U.S. withdrawal
# Senior Pakistani official says decision could lead to civil war
# Afghanistan sacks officers after Taliban kill 21 soldiers
# Pakistani army prepares actions in N. Waziristan
# Iraq denies weapons deal with Iran
# Iran reacts to events in Ukraine and warns against "foreign meddling"
# Does Obama have a mandate for negotiations with Iran?
# Iran building barrier along border with Pakistan
# Iranian teacher builds robot to teach prayer
Central Asia
# Tajikistan journalist fined for criticizing state-sponsored artist
# Apparel firms ranked on efforts to avoid Uzbek cotton
# Georgian president in Washington
# Azerbaijan's "new wave" replaces old-guard
Of Interest
# Reddit to beta-test liveblog feature
# Tips for finding news on VKontakte