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Nuclear talks between Iran and six world powers are continuing past a deadline of midnight March 31 in Lausanne, Switzerland as negotiators try to agree on the outline of a political accord.
A court in Kazakhstan has convicted an ethnic Russian woman of inciting ethnic hatred over derogatory references to Kazakhs and calls for the Central Asian country to become part of Russia. More
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The brutal mob killing in Kabul of a woman named Farkhunda has shocked Afghanistan. As thousands have taken to the streets to demand justice, her family and friends are mourning privately. RFE/RL spoke to those who knew her.
What prompted Saudi Arabia's decision to get involved in the conflict in Yemen with air strikes targeting Huthi rebels? Mardo Soghom, RFE/RL's regional director for Iran and Iraq, gives us his take on the development.
One year after its Baghdad bureau chief was slain, RFE/RL has... More
Paltry coverage of the scandal adds to the outrage over allegations... More
RFE/RL's Radio Free Afghanistan has named Jawas Khan, a farmer... More
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