Sunday, February 14, 2016


Your JavaScript is turned off or you have an old version of Adobe's Flash Player. Get the latest Flash player.

Crooked Cops? Dropped Phone Offers Clues

A yearlong investigation into a stolen luxury car could prove to be a textbook example of Russian police malfeasance after an investigator's lost telephone appears to expose a network of falsification and corruption.


Members of the Afghan security forces stand guard near a tank that was burned by Taliban militants in the Chardara district of Kunduz Province.

Roundtable: The Winter Storms Of Northern Afghanistan

Winter had led to a lull in fighting in northern Afghanistan. But in recent weeks a renewal of hostilities has seen power lines coming from Central Asia cut and some amazing allegations from Afghan officials about militants in the north. More

OSCE Secretary-General Lamberto Zannier says it's difficult for the OSCE monitors to determine whether Russian soldiers and arms are crossing into Ukraine now because they only have a mandate to observe at two border crossings, where they are positioned on the Russian side.

In Eastern Ukraine, Residents In 'Dire' Situation

Fighting between Russia-backed separatists and government forces has flared in eastern Ukraine and the humanitarian situation is "dire," the head of Europe’s main security organization says. More

Photo Gallery

Your JavaScript is turned off or you have an old version of Adobe's Flash Player. Get the latest Flash player.


Your JavaScript is turned off or you have an old version of Adobe's Flash Player. Get the latest Flash player.
Hunting With Golden Eagles In Kazakhstani
X
February 12, 2016
Kazakh hunters showed off their skill in the ancient tradition of hunting with eagles at a competition on February 12. The birds are trained to attack foxes and other prey before returning to their masters. (RFE/RL's Kazakh Service)
Video

Video Hunting With Golden Eagles In Kazakhstan

Kazakh hunters showed off their skill in the ancient tradition of hunting with eagles at a competition on February 12. The birds are trained to attack foxes and other prey before returning to their masters. (RFE/RL's Kazakh Service)
Video

Video Afghanistan Puts New Aircraft On Display In Kabul Airshow

Kabul's airport hosted Afghanistan's military airshow on February 11. President Ashraf Ghani joined high-ranking U.S. officers and other defense officials at the event which showcased the country's new light attack aircraft, the A-29 (RFE/RL's Radio Free Afghanistan).
Video

Video Belgrade Bus Shelter Is Home For Migrants Stuck In Serbia

For these people seeking a new life in the European Union, this Belgrade bus shelter is home, for now at least. Classified as economic migrants, these men from countries in Africa and Asia have been stranded for months in Serbia, the last stop before the border of the EU. (RFE/RL's Balkan Service)
Video

Video Kazakh Filmmakers Launch YouTube Channel

A group of independent Kazakh filmmakers and activists have launched their own YouTube channel to showcase their work. Partyzan TV launched in the city of Almaty on February 11 with the uploading of the internationally-renowned film, The Owners. (RFE/RL's Kazakh Service)
Video

Video Troops Roll Through Crimea As Russia Holds Military Drills

Tanks and army trucks were lined up on the highways of Simferopol on the Crimean Peninsula on February 9, a day after the start of large-scale Russian military exercises in the region. (RFE/RL's Crimean unit)
Video

Video Georgian NGO Calls For Preservation Of Mosques, Synagogues

A Georgian NGO, Human Rights Center, has asked for government support for the preservation of places of worship of minority groups in the country's south, where a Muslim community and a tiny Jewish minority live. (RFE/RL's Georgian Service)
Video

Video Pakistani Doctors' Strike Leads To New Form Of Outpatient Care

A doctors' strike in Pakistan's northwestern city of Peshawar brought hospitals to a near standstill. Doctors still were seeing patients who needed treatment -- but in tents outside the city's main hospital. (RFE/RL's Radio Mashaal)
Video

Video Anger In Serbia As Court Considers Rehabilitation Of Pro-Fascist Wartime Leader

Anti-fascists demonstrated outside a Belgrade courthouse angry over a judicial review which could rehabilitate Serbia's wartime leader, General Milan Nedic.
Video

Video Soccer Returns To Pakistan's Restive Khyber Agency

Hundreds of people cheered for their teams at a soccer tournament in Pakistan's Khyber Agency. Organizers hoped the event marked a symbolic return of peace after years of unrest in the region. (RFE/RL's Radio Mashaal)
Video

Video Serbian Activists Commemorate Pro-Fascist Wartime Leader

Demonstrators gathered in the Serbian capital, Belgrade, on February 4 to mark the 70th anniversary of the death of General Milan Nedic, who led Serbia during its wartime collaboration with Nazi Germany. (RFE/RL's Balkan Service)
Video

Video Kyiv Protesters Call On Dutch To Reject Russian Propaganda

Ukrainian activists protested in front of the Embassy of the Netherlands in Kyiv with banners warning: "Don't listen to Russian propaganda." The protesters displayed a famous self-portrait of Dutch painter Vincent van Gogh with one bandaged ear, repurposing the image.
Video

Video Ukrainian Military, Separatists Both Hold Drills As Tensions Rise

Ukrainian government forces and Russia-backed separatists each held military exercises in the country's east amid reports of renewed fighting. (RFE/RL's Ukrainian Service)
Video

Video Pakistan Airline Workers Continue Strike After Deadly Clash

Pakistan International Airlines canceled all domestic and international flights, as the national carrier’s employees continued their strike for a second day. Workers held a sit-in protest against the government's planned privatization of the airline. (RFE/RL's Radio Mashaal)
Video

Video License-Plate Privileges Chopped For Top Kyrgyz Officials

Kyrgyz authorities began destroying license plates designated for members of parliament and other high-ranking government officials. Parliament decided to revoke special license plates for top officials because of cases of drivers abusing their privileges and violating traffic rules.
Video

Video Pakistani Doctors, Nurses Strike In Peshawar

Health-care workers in Pakistan’s northwestern city of Peshawar went on a one-day strike, bringing chaos for many patients at local hospitals. Doctors, paramedics and nurses agreed to strike after the provincial government of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa announced reforms to the health-care system.
Video

Video Protesting Pakistan Airline Employees Killed In Karachi

At least two workers of Pakistan International Airlines were killed and several others wounded after security forces allegedly opened fire on protesting employees of the national carrier at Karachi airport. (RFE/RL's Radio Mashaal)
Video

Video Civilians Killed In Blast Near Kabul Police Station

Afghan security forces cordoned off an area near a police station after a suspected suicide bombing in Kabul. At least nine people were killed and many others were wounded. (RFE/RL's Radio Azadi)
Video

Video Russian Grand Master Promotes Chess In Serbian Village

Former world chess champion Anatoly Karpov took on some local enthusiasts in the southeastern Serbian village of Merosina, as part of a visit as a UNICEF goodwill ambassador. First, a quick game in the village square... (RFE/RL's Balkan Service)
Video

Video Portraits Unveiled Of Ukrainians Detained By Russia

The Ukrainian Foreign Ministry has opened an exhibition featuring portraits of people who Kyiv says have been illegally detained by Russia, such as filmmaker Oleh Sentsov and pilot Nadia Savchenko. (RFE/RL's Ukrainian Service)
Video

Video Kosovar Serbs Protest War Crimes Conviction

Police in Kosovska Mitrovica said around 500 people took part in a demonstration after an international court found a prominent Kosovo Serb politician guilty of war crimes charges. (RFE/RL's Balkan Service)

Multimedia

Audio Slide Show The End Of The Migrant Road

Migration and mistrust in a small Finnish town.

Video Nomads In War-Torn Lands

In an area already ravaged by war and poverty, the Kuchis are living the kind of hard life on the Af-Pak border that much of the world has long forgotten.

Multimedia Archive

Current Time TV

Most Popular

Job Opportunities

Press Room

February 05, 2016

RFE/RL Journalists Remain Behind Bars

On February 5, RFE/RL journalists Khadija Ismayilova and Saparmamed Nepeskuliev both mark milestones while detained by authorities in Azerbaijan and Turkmenistan, respectively.
More
December 23, 2015

New RFE/RL Fellows Arrive In Prague

RFE/RL has welcomed its new Vaclav Havel and Jiri Dienstbier journalism fellows to its Prague offices.
More
December 18, 2015

Airport Donetsk Wins Russian Documentary Film Prize

Unflinching Current Time portrait of epic battle in the war between Russia and Ukraine was named the Best Non-Fiction Short TV Film in Russia’s prestigious ArtDocFest film festival.
More