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The Rundown -- March 20

RFE/RL in the Media
# Buzzfeed cites RFE/RL reporting on anti-gay movements in Kazakhstan
# BBC cites RFE/RL Russian Service report on Kremlin-backed troll farms
# Daily News, Telegraph, Daily Mail, The Blaze use RFE/RL video from horrific scene of a woman beaten to death for allegedly burning the Koran in Kabul
# EU says sanctions will stay in place until Minsk deal is implemented
# New York Times questions Kadyrov about Nemtsov murder -- Kadyrov says he doesn't know what goes on in Moscow
# U.S. army paratroopers to train national guardsmen in Ukraine
# Foul stench in rebel-held east Ukraine as war hits water treatment
# "The Gains From Ukraine" - Ryan Evans, New York Times
# Video: Protestants must practice in secret in Donetsk
Eastern Europe
# Belarus surprises Russia with China potash deal
# Moldova bans two Russian journalists who planned to present the Crimea documentary
# IEDs one of the biggest challenges for Iraqi forces
# IS increasingly using encryption software to evade surveillance
# IS claims responsibility for Tunisia attack, but officials can't establish link
# The IS honey trap
# Draft Iran accord would cut Iranian centrifuge production by 40 percent
# U.S. officials say earlier Iran centrifuge test was an error
# Fears that Saudi Arabia will try to match Iran
# "Inside the lives of Iranian women" on a Tehran stage
# According to study, violence more likely to occur in pro-U.S. villages of Afghanistan
# Vice: The precarious future of female education in Afghanistan
Central Asia
# Putin to visit Astana today
# Why cheap oil may be good for China in Central Asia