Monday, November 24, 2014


  • Anbar's Looming Humanitarian Crisis

    The living conditions in Iraq's beleaguered Anbar Province is said to be the worst it has been for nine months as Islamic State militants launched a fresh push to capture the regional council in Ramadi.

  • Ekho Moskvy's Rules Of (Social) Engagement

    The doggedly independent Russian radio station says it's drafting rules for its employees’ behavior on social media after its state-controlled owner pressured the broadcaster over a journalist's tweet.

  • 'They Want To Frighten People'

    Svitlana Matushko was held in a Donetsk basement for days by separatist authorities, who she says are using terror to push out all those who oppose their agenda.



Battleground Ukraine


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RFE/RL Video Roundup - November 21i
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November 21, 2014
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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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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Video November 20

An imprisoned activist is freed in Kazakhstan, Taliban militants attack a foreigners' compound in Kabul, and Tajik migrant workers face new rules for traveling to Russia, plus stories from Pakistan, Kyrgyzstan, and Tatarstan.
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Video November 19

A McDonald's reopens in Moscow, displaced persons complain of corruption in Pakistan, Pakistani journalists remember slain colleagues, plus a report from Kazakhstan.
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Video November 18

Pakistani health workers launch a campaign against polio, students celebrate Malala Yousafzai's Nobel Prize, UNICEF holds a "children's parliament" in Bosnia-Herzegovina, plus stories from Tajikistan and Kazakhstan.
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Video November 17

Celebrations mark 25 years since the Velvet Revolution in the Czech Republic, a 16-year-old girl is killed in an accident with a hand grenade at a school in Kazakhstan, some 30,000 join antigovernment protests in Georgia, plus stories from Bosnia and Kyrgyzstan.

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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

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