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The Rundown -- April 28

RFE/RL in the Media
# BBC runs amazing RFE/RL Ukrainian Service video of fox making a sandwich (1.2 million on Facebook)
# Guardian runs photos by Giorgi Gogua of Georgia's muddy, bloody game of Lelo
# In obituary, Washington Post mentions Wladyslaw Bartoszewski's writing for RFE/RL
# Russia Behind the Headlines on RFE/RL digital media project
# Polish border guards refuse entry for Russian bikers; Russia demands explanation
# Maus book about Holocaust is removed from Russian stores because it displays a Swastika
# Russian embassy in UK tweets "Ukraine is dead" column
# Putin's "Balkan offensive"
# Shelling in residential areas near Mariupol
# EU likely to leave Ukraine empty-handed at summit
# "What Klitschko’s Title Means to Ukrainians" - Polly Mosendz, Newsweek
# Head of Iran's Guard lashes out over Saudi "treachery"
# Iran bans magazine after "white marriage" issue
# "Broaden the Talks With Iran" - Mohammad Ali Shabani, New York Times
Middle East
# New policy will allow families of U.S. hostages to pay ransom
# Republicans propose directly funding Iraqi militias
# "Where the Islamic State Gets Its Weapons" - CJ Chivers, New York Times
# Kabul activists reenact Farkhunda's death
# Obama gave "secret waver" for drone strikes in Pakistan
# Filling the "educational void around Sufism" in Pakistan
# "Europe's Map Is Redrawn As Azerbaijan Goes East" - Till Bruckner, Huffington Post
# The prime minister of Malta keeps going to Azerbaijan