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The Rundown -- October 14

RFE/RL in the Media
# RFE/RL doc on Central Asian jihadists featured on AIB site
# Al Arabiya writes about Khadija Ismayilova's travel ban
# Russian TV's MH17 propaganda may have inadvertently disproved its own theory
# "Glory to the 'Russian World'" - Michael Khodarkovsky, "New York Times"
# Bad news for Russia: Saudis may be set on keeping oil prices low
# "Russia Is Right About Syria" - Natalia Antonova, "Moscow Times"
# A who's who guide to Ukraine's oligarchs
# Ukraine says there are fewer Russian troops in the country's east
# "Even Russia's Soccer Hooligans Fear This Song" - Leonid Bershidsky, Bloomberg
# Some Ukrainian parliamentarians still trying to change 2012 language law
# This is what an IS training camp looks like
# Erdogan appears to rank Lawrence of Arabia as greater threat than IS
# U.S. outing coalition "partners" before they're ready to admit it themselves
# "Sanguine U.S. View at Odds With ISIS Militants’ Gains" - Julian Barnes, "Wall Street Journal"
# IS now bragging about enslaving women and children
# Iran in the midst of a tourist boom
# Rohani says nuclear deal with West is "certain"
# Drop in oil prices could hit Iran and Russia harder than sanctions
# A "terrifying night" with Afghanistan's only female warlord
# Taliban may be adopting IS tactics
# Transitioning to being a woman while serving in Afghanistan
# "Pakistan's Original Sin" - Usman Ahmad, Foreign Policy
Central Asia
# Video of streaker being shot in Kazakhstan goes viral
# U.S. condemns Kyrgyzstan for proposed gay propaganda law
# Statoil sells stake in Azerbaijan gas project
# Azerbaijan cracks down while chairing Council of Europe
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