Sunday, May 03, 2015


  • Christian Jereghi demonstrates with a picture of Oleh Sentsov, a filmmaker from Crimea detained in Moscow.

    Russian Won't 'Die With A Russian Passport'

    A young Russian filmmaker who fought alongside government forces in eastern Ukraine is being granted Ukrainian citizenship after an emotional appeal to the country's president.

  • Lukashenka Finds Some Wiggle Room

    Belarus's leader takes turns criticizing Moscow and professing eternal loyalty, showing how the war in Ukraine has put a sharp new spin on the dizzying relations between Minsk and Moscow.

  • Video Bosnian Muslim To Rebuild Church

    A Bosnian Muslim businessman has discovered what are believed to be the remains of a 13th-century Franciscan church in his back garden – and now intends to have it rebuilt.




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RFE/RL Video Roundup - May 1i
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May 01, 2015
May Day parades in Crimea and Kyiv in Ukraine, hundreds attend the funeral of Kazakh star Batyrkhan Shukenov in Almaty, the population shrinks by nearly 15 percent in Georgia, plus stories from Pakistan and Tajikistan. (RFE/RL)
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Video May 1

May Day parades in Crimea and Kyiv in Ukraine, hundreds attend the funeral of Kazakh star Batyrkhan Shukenov in Almaty, the population shrinks by nearly 15 percent in Georgia, plus stories from Pakistan and Tajikistan. (RFE/RL)
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Video April 30

Aid arrives for flood-stricken Tajikistan, a historic first stage performance by deaf actors in Kyrgyzstan, and Georgia's currency hits a 16-year low against the U.S. dollar. (RFE/RL)
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Video April 29

Ukrainian nationalists protest at the presidential administration in Kyiv, a Bosnian Serb policeman is laid to rest after being killed by a suspected Islamist militant, Kurdish students protest against a Turkoman university president in Iraq, plus stories from Pakistan and Kazakhstan. (RFE/RL)
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Video April 28

Motorcyclists of Russia's Night Wolves club are barred from the EU, Bosnian police are on high alert after a shooting, and Pakistan begins to recover from devastating storms, plus stories from Georgia, Belarus, and Kazakhstan.
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Video April 27

A severe storm claims lives in Pakistan, Russian and Kyrgyz soldiers prepare for a Victory Day parade, and Moldovan children learn to play basketball with American help, plus stories from Afghanistan, Kazakhstan, and Tatarstan.

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Photogallery The Forgotten Gulag Camps Of Chukotka

Travel to the sparsely populated region is usually restricted for non-residents because of its proximity to the United States. From the 1930s to the 1950s, Chukotka was part of the gulag prison camp system, and became the graveyard of tens of thousands of prisoners.

Photogallery Georgia's Baby Pilgrimage

Every Thursday after Orthodox Easter, childless couples travel to the Samegrelian village of Tsachkuru in western Georgia to participate in an annual pilgrimage to the local Church of the Archangel.

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