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The Rundown -- February 27

RFE/RL in the Media

# BloombergBusinessweek cites RFE/RL Azerbaijani service on protests in Azerbaijan
# Sergei Danilochkin, head of RFE/RL's Iraqi Service to speak at One World festival on world's moral dilemma in Syria
# Yahoo News uses RFE/RL Ukrainian Service video of protests in Crimea
# "Financial Times" quotes Natalie Sedletska, of RFE/RL's Ukrainian Service, on the process of sifting through Yanukovych's documents
# New prime minister, Yatsenyuk, warns of tough days ahead
# Last act of DC lobbyists of Yanukovych was lobbying against Tymoshenko release in the fall
# Crimea separatism "is just a show"
# Set to be grander than the one outside Kyiv, unfinished palace abandoned by workers
Eastern Europe
# Belarus will consider monitoring Ukraine elections
# Sikorski says it was phone call from Putin that convinced Yanukovych to compromise
# Russia orders urgent troop maneuvers near border; had warned Pentagon
# Russian media evokes World War II in talking about Ukraine
# Investigators ask to put Navalny under house arrest
# Infographic: Russian naval fleets
# Video: Russian hockey fans chant "glory to Ukraine"
# New information on how Stuxnet infiltrated Iran nuclear facility
# "Iran's Moderate Mask and the Execution of a Poet" - Diana Moukalled, Al Arabiya
# Could the increasing presence of India in Iran be angering the Pakistanis?
# Qatar FM visits Iran, backs "political solution" in Syria
# Daunting obstacles to healthcare in Afghanistan
# As U.S. whittles down detainee population in Afghanistan, it struggles with what to do with most dangerous
# Pakistan has highest infant mortality rate in the world
# Pakistan announces "first ever counter-terror policy"
Central Asia
# "Moderate Islam? Look to Central Asia" - Frederick Starr, "New York Times"
# Tajikistan launches its own social networking site
# Kazakhstan to create a new national airline
# Two serial killers jailed for life in Uzbekistan
# U.S. urges Georgia to integrate with the EU
# Georgia asks U.S. to protect it from Russian influence in Ukraine-style crisis
# Anxious times for Armenian migrants in Russia
Of Interest
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