Monday, September 15, 2014


  • Photogallery Russia's 'Broken Toys'

    Human Rights Watch has issued a new report in which it finds that nearly 30 percent of all children with disabilities in Russia live in state orphanages where they face violence, neglect, and isolation.

  • Joining The Fight Against Islamic State

    Various Middle Eastern and European countries are expected to join the U.S.-led coalition to roll back Islamic State militants in Iraq and Syria. But who are they and what will they do?

  • Support, Skepticism For Ukraine Government

    Canadian politician Chrystia Freeland says that while the West is broadly supportive of Ukraine, there are many concerns about corruption and aid.



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RFE/RL Video Roundup - Sept 12i
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September 12, 2014
Polio in Pakistan, bombing in Iraq, a film prize in Tatarstan, plus stories from Tajikistan and Kazakhstan.
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Video September 12

Polio in Pakistan, bombing in Iraq, a film prize in Tatarstan, plus stories from Tajikistan and Kazakhstan.
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Video September 11

Putin in Tajikistan, back to school in Iraq, American barbecue in Kyrgyzstan, plus stories from Pakistan and Kazakhstan.
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Video September 10

Diplomacy in Tajikistan, Kazakhstan's 'sleeping village,' waning protests in Pakistan -- plus stories from Afghanistan and Kyrgyzstan.
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Video September 9

Fighting in Afghanistan, destroyed schools in Pakistan, Tajik Independence Day, plus stories from Serbia and Moldova.
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Video September 8

Crisis talks in Pakistan, a day of mourning in Bosnia-Herzegovina, the 10th Muslim Film Festival in Tatarstan, plus stories from Kazakhstan and Afghanistan.

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Photogallery Deadly Floods Sweep Pakistan

More than 440 people have been killed in recent days by floods in Pakistan and Indian-administered Kashmir amid the heaviest rains in 50 years. In Lahore, the roof of a mosque collapsed after days of rain – killing 24 worshipers inside.

Video Cilic Hometown Basks In Win

Croatian tennis player Marin Cilic won the U.S. Open. RFE/RL's Balkan Service spoke to friends and relatives in the town of Medjugorje, Bosnia-Herzegovina, where Cilic was born to Bosnian Croat parents in 1988.

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Local Journalists Applaud Radio Mashaal Crisis Coverage

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