Sunday, April 26, 2015


  • "These women don't know what to do because they don't recognize the husbands they had before the war in these men," says Aliona Zubchenko, spokeswoman for the International Women's Rights Center La Strada.

    'Men Return Completely Changed'

    A Ukrainian group helping victims of domestic abuse says the conflict in eastern Ukraine has led to a dramatic upsurge in violence against women across the country.

  • Russian President Vladimir Putin has frequently portrayed himself as a stalwart leader fighting against Western efforts to weaken Russia and subordinate it to the will of the United States.

    Russia's President And Protector

    Russian state TV is showing a new film in which President Vladimir Putin portrays himself as having protected the country, in his early years in power, against terrorists he suggests had Western support.

  • Russian volunteer fighter Bondo Dorovskikh and friends

    Russian Volunteer's Stint A Nightmare

    A Russian businessman who spent six months alongside insurgents in eastern Ukraine returns with tales of looting, drinking, and murder.


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April 24, 2015
Yerevan commemorates the 100th anniversary of the massacres of Armenians in the Ottoman Empire, a highway bridge collapses in Kazakhstan, and a Taliban attack targets police officers in Pakistan, plus stories from Georgia, Macedonia, and Afghanistan.
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Video April 24

Yerevan commemorates the 100th anniversary of the massacres of Armenians in the Ottoman Empire, a highway bridge collapses in Kazakhstan, and a Taliban attack targets police officers in Pakistan, plus stories from Georgia, Macedonia, and Afghanistan.
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Video April 23

Construction workers protest red tape in Kosovo, Pakistan's tribal regions launch a school enrollment drive, and an Afghan NGO urges the government to break a deadlock, plus more stories from Pakistan and Kyrgyzstan.
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Video April 22

Public hospitals paralyzed by strike action in Peshawar, a legendary film studio sold off in Serbia, plus stories from Moldova and Kyrgyzstan.
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Video April 21

A fatal explosion in Kandahar as police attempt to defuse explosives in Afghanistan, floods and preparations for elections in Kazakhstan, plus an American artist painting ''peace murals'' marking 20 years since the end of the war in Bosnia-Herzegovina.
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Video April 20

A warm welcome for Chinese President Xi Jinping in Pakistan, the funeral of a journalist killed last week in Ukraine, plus stories from Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan. (RFE/RL)

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Photogallery The Muddy, Bloody Game That Packs A Punch In Georgia

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Photogallery LGBT Activist Shames 'Beautiful People'

A gay-rights activist has shamed some of her most rabid detractors by publishing their photographs along with the hate-filled messages they've sent her.

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