Saturday, March 07, 2015


  • How Putin's TV Covered Nemtsov Killing

    Russian television gave Boris Nemtsov's death wall-to-wall coverage. It was a strange sight, considering announcers said endlessly that he was a marginal figure and he hadn't really appeared on national TV in many years.

  • Video Recovering The Dead Of Donetsk

    More than a month after Ukrainian forces retreated from the ruined terminal buildings of Donetsk airport, following 242 days of intense fighting, bodies, body parts, and bones are still being recovered from the ruins.

  • Tajik's Killing Draws Nemtsov Comparisons

    After a wanted Tajik opposition leader is shot dead on the streets of Istanbul, fellow oppositionists draw comparisons to the recent assassination of Boris Nemtsov in Russia.



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RFE/RL Video Roundup -- March 6i
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March 06, 2015
Fierce Putin critic freed in Russia, the somoni continues to swoon in Tajikistan, Iraqis want to return home from Syria, plus stories from Pakistan, Kyrgyzstan, and Afghanistan
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Video March 6

Fierce Putin critic freed in Russia, the somoni continues to swoon in Tajikistan, Iraqis want to return home from Syria, plus stories from Pakistan, Kyrgyzstan, and Afghanistan
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Video March 5

Men wear burqas at protest in Afghanistan, senatorial elections in Pakistan, the disadvantaged rush a government building in Armenia, and displaced Pakistani students want to go home
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Video March 4

Food prices rise in Georgia, a rally against child abuse in Kyrgyzstan, a madrasah shows a lighter side in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, and a Sufist caligraphy exhibit in Pakistan
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Video March 3

Russians say goodbye to Nemtsov, Pakistani parents arrested for not letting kids get immunized, Croatian president visits Bosnia, plus stories from Afghanistan, Kyrgyzstan, Armenia, Georgia, and Pakistan
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Video March 2

Kyrgyz politicians honor slain Russian opposition leader Boris Nemtsov, Moldovans commemorate the victims of the Transdniester conflict, and Afghan officials announce sweeping reforms to the police force, plus news from Iraq.

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Video 20 Years Of Unresolved Tragedy

The killing of Boris Nemtsov has sparked sadness and anger. But many fear that -- as in other high-profile cases -- the people behind his murder will never be charged.

Video Tajiks Revive Russian Village

The village of Perelogi, north of Moscow, was on the verge of dying out -- until Tajik families, fleeing civil war at home, started arriving in the 1990s.

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