Friday, November 28, 2014


  • Video Kabul's Sikhs, Hindus Gripped By Fear

    Only a small fraction of Afghanistan's Sikhs and Hindus remain, and memories are fresh of persecution under the Islamist hard-line Taliban. So incidents of violence and threats of segregation amplify fears for their safety.

  • What Can Oil-Rich States Learn From Norway?

    In many countries, oil generates windfall profits that enrich only the governing elite. Maybe they should look to Norway for a better way to manage their oil wealth.

  • East Or West? Divided Moldova To Choose

    Voters are set to weigh in on the European-integration path Moldova has followed actively since 2009. But the country is deeply divided, and forces supporting closer relations with Moscow are making themselves heard.



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RFE/RL Video Roundup - Nov. 27i
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November 27, 2014
A suicide attack on a British embassy vehicle kills at least six in Afghanistan, Parliament approves Arseniy Yatsenyuk to stay on as prime minister of Ukraine, protestors lie down wrapped in black dustbin sacks outside the prosecutor-general's office in Macedonia, plus stories from Bosnia and Pakistan. (RFE/RL)
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Video November 27

A suicide attack on a British embassy vehicle in Afghanistan, Parliament approves Arseniy Yatsenyuk to stay on as prime minister of Ukraine, protestors lie down wrapped in black dustbin sacks outside the prosecutor-general's office in Macedonia, plus stories from Bosnia and Pakistan.
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Video November 26

Attackers gun down a polio-vaccination team in Pakistan, the Czech president makes deals in Tajikistan, and Kyrgyzstan sends aid to the victims of an earthquake.
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Video November 25

Soldiers buried in Armenia, fraud charges shut down a bank in Afghanistan, activists occupy an old theater in Serbia, plus stories from Pakistan, Georgia, and Moldova.
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Video November 24

Nationwide rallies after a politician is assassinated in Pakistan, Syrian Kurds in Turkey monitor Kobani fighting, Syrian Kurdish women train to battle Islamic State fighters, plus stories from Tajikistan and Kazakhstan.
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Video November 21

Poles run from Warsaw to Kyiv to celebrate Ukraine's Maidan movement, Kurdish fighters bury a comrade killed in Kobani, and a bombing strikes a military convoy in Pakistan, plus stories from Moldova, Bosnia-Herzegovina, and Georgia.

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Photogallery Photos Of The Week #47

Some of the most compelling photographs from RFE/RL's broadcast region and beyond for the 47th week of 2014.

Photogallery Crumbling Buildings, Homemade Wine

The breakaway region of Abkhazia has endured the chilling effects of a "frozen conflict" since the early 1990s, when it sought to split from Georgia as that country was fighting for its own independence from the Soviet Union.

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A video grab that allegedly shows members of the so-called Islamic State, including military leader and Georgian native Umar al-Shishani (Tarkhan Batirashvili), Nineveh province, Iraq.
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Austria -- OSCE Representative on Freedom of the Media Dunja Mijatović, at the Permanent Council in Vienna, January 16, 2014
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OSCE Condemns Azerbaijan's "Hostile Attitude' Toward Media

The OSCE's Representative on Freedom of the Media condemned... More