Tuesday, March 31, 2015


  • IS Justifies Use Of Child Executioners

    The latest edition of Dabiq, the glossy propaganda magazine published by Islamic State militants, praises two children who have carried out execution-style killings for the militant group.

  • The deadline on reaching an agreement is today.

    Final Push Ahead Of Iran Deadline

    Negotiators from Iran and six world powers have begun their final day of talks before a midnight deadline for a framework agreement to impose limits on Tehran's nuclear program in exchange for sanctions relief.

  • "It does feel like they're tightening the rules, but they haven't seemed to impose any new rules. It's that they're enforcing old rules that they never used to enforce before," says Sam Greene, director of the Russia Institute at King's College London.

    Western Alarm At Russia Deportations

    At least four Western scholars in Russia have been deported or fined recently due to alleged visa violations, unnerving many academics whose career advancement often depends on access to Russian archives.




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March 30, 2015
A warm welcome for a U.S. military convoy in the Czech Republic, tearful reunions as Pakistanis evacuated from Yemen return home, plus stories from Moldova and Georgia. (RFE/RL)
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Video March 30

A warm welcome for a U.S. military convoy in the Czech Republic, tearful reunions as Pakistanis evacuated from Yemen return home, plus stories from Moldova and Georgia. (RFE/RL)
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A bomb attack targets police in Karachi, new fighting shakes Yemen, the Kazakh president launches his reelection campaign, plus stories from Moldova, Russia, and Tajikistan.
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Humvees in Ukraine, a $200,000 Mercedes in Serbia, plus anti-terrorism in Kyrgyzstan and a scout camp in Iraq. (RFE/RL)
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Video March 25

A suicide bombing hits Kabul, vandals disfigure a shrine to assassinated Russian opposition leader Boris Nemtsov in Moscow, and an experiment in alternative energy in Pakistan, plus stories from Bosnia and Armenia. (RFE/RL)
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Thousands of Afghans demand justice in the wake of a mob killing, Kyrgyzstan marks the 10th anniversary of its Tulip Revolution, and Armenian workers accuse their employer of siphoning off their salaries.

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Video Flash Analysis: Saudi Air Strikes In Yemen

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.

Video British Farmer Embraces Russian Nationalism

John Kopiski came from Britain to Russia to do business, but after meeting his Russian wife he decided to stay. Now, after many struggles, he has established a successful farm business. He has also become a staunch fan of Vladimir Putin – and Stalin.

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Wiretapping Tightens Stranglehold On Macedonian Media

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Villager Named Radio Free Afghanistan's "Person Of The Year"

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