Friday, April 18, 2014


Deal Reached At Ukraine Talks

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry talks with Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov at the start of the Geneva talks.

Ukraine, Russia, the United States, and the European Union have announced agreement on measures aimed at defusing the crisis in Ukraine.


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Video Ashraf Ghani Pledges ‘Reconciliation’

Afghan presidential candidate Ashraf Ghani says if elected he will form a national unity government that will include some of the country's controversial former warlords. More

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RFE/RL Video Roundup - Apr. 17i
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April 17, 2014
Ukrainians call for a boycott on Russian fuel, schools stand abandoned in northwest Pakistan, and an outbreak of snakes alarms Kyrgyzstan, plus stories from Russia and Georgia.
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Video April 17

Ukrainians call for a boycott on Russian fuel, schools stand abandoned in northwest Pakistan, and an outbreak of snakes alarms Kyrgyzstan, plus stories from Russia and Georgia.
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Video April 16

Pro-Russian separatists seize military vehicles in Ukraine, an anti-LGBT protest in Russia, and poor children get free clothes in Pakistan, plus more reports from Afghanistan, Russia, and Pakistan.
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Video April 15

Women and children protest in Kazakhstan, market workers worry about their jobs in Tajikistan, a protest at the Duma in Russia, plus stories from Pakistan, Moldova, Georgia, and Serbia.
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Video April 14

Rioting in northern Iraq, a protest over land seizures in Kazakhstan, and a former Taliban leader's disappearance, plus stories from the Russian republics of Tatarstan and Daghestan.
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Video April 11

Kazakh forces disperse a protest over confiscated land, a Chechen activist denies drug charges, a Sarajevo monument reopens after extensive renovation, plus stories from Georgia, Iraq, Moldova, Russia, and Serbia.

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Video Bosnian National Library, Rebuilt After War, Is Ready To Reopen

The 19th-century National Library of Bosnia-Herzegovina was destroyed by shelling and fire in 1992 during the siege of Sarajevo. Now, after a long and costly reconstruction project, the building has been restored to its former grandeur and is ready to open to the public. (RFE/RL's Balkan Service)

Photogallery A Visit To Moldova's Autonomous Gagauzia Region

In February, Moldova's autonomous region of Gagauzia -- home to a Russian-speaking, ethnically Turkic minority -- voted for closer ties with Russia, and voted against closer EU integration for Moldova. Gagauz voters also supported the region's right to declare independence should Moldova lose or sur

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New Gandhara Website


An ancient region comprising parts of today's Afghanistan and Pakistan inspires the "Gandhara" page, which provides foreign-policy audiences with reporting, analysis, and commentary direct from Radio Mashaal's local correspondents in Afghanistan and Pakistan with the aim of promoting peace.

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Serbia -- Pedestrians cross a street in Belgrade near the former federal military headquarters destroyed during the 1999 NATO air campaign against Yugoslavia, March 10, 2014. Photo by Andrej Isakovic (AFP).
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Reporting On Both Sides Of The War

RFE/RL’s Balkan Service provides an alternative to Serbian... More

Prague -- Senior U.S. District Judge Mark Wolf speaks to RFE/RL about efforts against government corruption.
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Prague Forum Provides Anti-Corruption Platform

U.S. district judge says many want to battle corruption, but are... More