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2015

Photogallery The Story Continues

  • Kambiz Hosseini moderates a new satire program for RFE/RL's Persian Language Service, Radio Farda.  December 26, 2014. 
  • Georgia--Marina Vashakmadze multitasks as RFE/RL's Tbilisi bureau chief and one of the presenters of the Georgian Service's award winning women's program, Gender Stories. 
  • Azerbaijan--Award winning investigative reporter and RFE/RL contributor Khadija Ismayilova has been in jail since Dec. 2014​ ​in what is widely viewed as an act of retribution by Azeri authorities for exposing corruption linked to the country’s ruling family.
  • Sergei Dorofeev, presenter of  Current Time, RFE/RL's new TV news program for Russian speakers in countries bordering Russia. 
  • Uzbekistan--Though prohibited from opperating in the country officially, RFE/RL's Uzbek Service has used social media to cultivate a network of citizen journalists who assist in reporting on the ground, including on forced labor in the annual cotton harvest. 
  • China -- RFE/RL Kyrgyz journalist Janyl Jusupjan interviews a trader near the Kyrgyz-China border. May 16, 2011.

     
  • Armenia -- RFE/RL journalist at work in Yerevan, undated. RFE/RL journalists were among those beaten and detained while covering demonstrations in the capital in June 2015. 
  • Radio Mashaal correspondent Umar Daraz Wazir, conducting an interview in Bannu, Pakistan. October 2014
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina--Lejla Omeragic Catic and Enes Hrnjic at RFE/RL's Balkan Service bureau in Sarajevo on January 28, 2014. 

Video Former Lithuanian Head Of State On RFE/RL In The Baltics

Former Lithuanian Head Of State On RFE/RL In The Balticsi
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June 25, 2015
Vytautas Landsbergis, the first independent leader of Lithuania after the fall of the Soviet Union, describes RFE/RL as a vital source of independent news and information for listeners in the Eastern Block, saying the renewal of propaganda in Russian language media makes RFE/RL’s mission as important now as ever. (Produced by Anna Sous and Andrew Wills).
Former Lithuanian Head Of State On RFE/RL In The Baltics
Vytautas Landsbergis, the first independent leader of Lithuania after the fall of the Soviet Union, describes RFE/RL as a vital source of independent news and information for listeners in the Eastern Block, saying the renewal of propaganda in Russian language media makes RFE/RL’s mission as important now as ever. (Produced by Anna Sous and Andrew Wills).

Video A Tribute To Pavel Pechacek

A Tribute To Pavel Pechaceki
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June 25, 2015
Pavel Pechacek was the director of Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty’s Munich-based Czechoslovak Service at the time of the Velvet Revolution. He was also a friend of Vaclav Havel, and was instrumental in organizing RFE/RL’s move to Prague in 1995.
A Tribute To Pavel Pechacek
Pavel Pechacek was the director of Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty’s Munich-based Czechoslovak Service at the time of the Velvet Revolution. He was also a friend of Vaclav Havel, and was instrumental in organizing RFE/RL’s move to Prague in 1995.
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