Friday, October 31, 2014


  • Changing Ukraine's Politics For Good?

    Fresh off a surprising third-place finish in the vote, the highly successful mayor of Lviv talks about his Self-Reliance party's plans for building a functioning Ukrainian government, from the ground up.

  • Video Hungary's Lurch To The Right

    In 1989, Hungary was a trendsetter leading the wave of democratic revolutions that swept Eastern Europe. A quarter century later, it is distinguishing itself again -- in a way that makes democrats increasingly nervous.

  • Protecting The Protectors

    As Iran's parliament debates a bill that would give protection to citizens who take it upon themselves to defend Islamic values, critics warn that they risk fueling tension and normalizing violence against women.



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October 31, 2014
Pakistani military display weapons allegedly seized from militants, Ukraine government forces pull back near Luhansk, renewed protests against ''blasphemous'' newspaper article in Afghanistan, plus stories from Kosovo and Kazakhstan.
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Video RFE/RL Video Roundup - October 31

Pakistani military display weapons allegedly seized from militants, Ukraine government forces pull back near Luhansk, renewed protests against ''blasphemous'' newspaper article in Afghanistan, plus stories from Kosovo and Kazakhstan.
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Video October 30

Kyiv's oldest movie theater gutted by fire, Armenia's only airline suspends its flights, spam messages start Ebola rumors in Tajikistan, plus stories from Kyrgyzstan and Pakistan
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Video October 29

Opposition lawmakers offer mass resignation in Pakistan, a memorial service for unknown soldiers in Ukraine, plus stories from Georgia and Afghanistan.
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Video October 28

A $200,000 fine for a controversial advert in Kazakhstan, a journalist knifed in Kosovo, plus stories from Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan.
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Video October 27

Election observers give their verdict on voting in Ukraine, electricity bills spark protests in Pakistan, Kazakh communists complain of repression, plus stories from Tajikistan and Turkmenistan.

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Photogallery 'This Place': Israel Through The Eyes Of 12 Renowned Photographers

A photo exhibition depicting the complexities of life in Israel and the West Bank focuses on history, geography, daily life, and the perception of these topics by the global community.

Video RFE/RL, VOA Launch New Russian TV Program

"Current Time" is a new Russian-language TV news program that provides audiences in countries bordering Russia with content that is not otherwise available on state-controlled Russian media.

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