Tuesday, March 03, 2015


'The West' Did It: Nemtsov Conspiracy Theory Snowballs In Russia

Russia -- A man reacts at the site of killing of Russian opposition veteran leader Boris Nemtsov in central Moscow, March 2, 2015

Senior Russian officials and prominent talking heads step up claims of Western complicity in the slaying of veteran opposition politician Boris Nemtsov in central Moscow.


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RFE/RL Video Roundup - Mar. 2i
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March 02, 2015
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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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 February 27

Russia's Anti-Maidan group protests in front of RFE/RL's Moscow bureau, young Moldovans demand better environmental protection, a string of bomb attacks strikes Cairo, plus stories from Pakistan and Tajikistan.
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Video February 26

Afghans celebrate their first ever victory in a World Cup cricket match, Kyrgyzstan accuses Belarus of harboring Kyrgyz criminals, knocking down illegally built shops in Pakistan -- plus more from Afghanistan.
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Video February 25

Sunni tribal leaders in an Islamic State-controlled Iraqi town blame Iran for a bombing, students in Tbilisi stage a mock funeral for Georgia’s battered Lari currency, Pakistani authorities tell Afghan imams to stop preaching in Pakistani mosques – plus more stories from Pakistan and Afghanistan.
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Video February 24

Afghans consult the World Food Program amid warnings of a coming drought, displaced Pakistanis call for food aid, heavy snow covers the Tajik capital, and Kyrgyzstan's Museum of Ballet opens its doors.

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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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