Accessibility links

The Rundown -- February 11

RFE/RL in the Media

# Read Daud Khattak in Foreign Policy on the viability of IS in AfPak
# Global Post cites RFE/RL's reporting on attack in Kramatorsk
# Huffington Post quotes Christina Hicks on things to do in Prague
# Both sides open new fronts in fighting as Minsk talks get under way
# Congressional leaders backing $1 billion in lethal aid to Ukraine
# USA Today prints map of Ukraine without Crimea
# An eastern Ukraine photo essay
# In Ukraine, Putin gifts Sissi AK-47
# Lavrov's performance in Munich may have been more for Putin than for world
# Alexander Litvinenko inquiry: All traitors to Russia "should be exterminated," suspect claims
# Well known American actor in popular Russian TV show comes out as gay
Eastern Europe
# Belarus is unlikely star of Ukraine talks
# The Belarusian artist still driving his homemade Soviet car
# Kayla Mueller's death confirmed
# Jordan moves "thousands" of troops to border with Iraq
# The mass graves that IS leaves behind
# NSA says Iran learned from U.S. cyberattacks
# Should Netanyahu testify before Congress instead of giving a speech?
# In Congress, "impatience" on Iran grows
# White House weighs adjusting Afghan exit plan to slow withdrawal of troops
# UN says Taliban is enhancing links to organized crime in Afghanistan
# Bridging the divide between Pashtuns on the Durand line
# China confirms Pakistan nuclear projects