Thursday, October 02, 2014


  • Video Ukraine's 'Trash-Bucket Justice'

    With a post-Euromaidan purge of corrupt officials still yet to be signed into law, impatient activists are throwing unpopular officials into trash containers in a sometimes violent practice advertised on social networks.

  • Cold Water Poured On Mass Grave Claims

    The OSCE has categorically denied that one of its experts said hundreds of bodies were exhumed from mass graves in eastern Ukraine and that Kyiv-backed troops have brutalized the local population.

  • Video Tajikistan's 'Jihadist' Village

    Chorqishloq, in northern Tajikistan, has come under intense scrutiny after it was revealed that at least 20 of its residents are suspected of leaving to wage holy war in Syria and Iraq.


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RFE/RL Video Roundup - Oct. 1i
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October 01, 2014
Kurdish forces battling Islamic militants in Iraq, a girls school bombed in Pakistan, Tajik babies abandoned in Russia, plus stories from Iraq and Armenia
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Video October 1

Kurdish forces battling Islamic militants in Iraq, a girls school bombed in Pakistan, Tajik babies abandoned in Russia, plus stories from Iraq and Armenia
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Video September 30

Dwindling protests in Pakistan, queues in Turkmenistan, plus stories from Georgia and Afghanistan.
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Video September 29

A new president in Afghanistan, authors gather in Kyrgyzstan, children meet film stars in Kazakhstan, plus stories from Pakistan and Armenia.
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Video September 26

A fatwa against jihad in Tajikistan, an assassination attempt in Pakistan, jazz in Moldova, plus stories from Russia and Afghanistan.
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Video September 25

A pledge of national unity in Afghanistan, a gay cultural festival in Russia, undocumented migrants in Kyrgyzstan, plus stories from Ukraine and Pakistan.

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Video In Slovakia, Roma Grapple With Social Divisions And Real Walls

Despite broad antidiscrimination laws passed a decade ago, Roma in Slovakia continue to feel the effects of years of institutionalized segregation. In the country's east, Romany children are still sent to separate classes in some schools, and a few communities are literally divided by walls.

Video Georgian Defends Locals' Motives For Joining Syria Fight

A resident of Georgia's restive Pankisi Gorge say he knows one of his countrymen accused by the U.S. of aiding extremist groups and defended natives of his poverty-stricken area for joining the fight in Syria.

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World --Map of "Foreign Fighters in Iraq and Syria: Where do they come from?" by Li Liu. Sources: French Interior Ministry, British Government, Belgian Government, Austrian Interior Ministry, US government, Australian government, The International Centre for the Study of Radicalisation and Political Violence, Reuters.
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Warsaw - Participants at the 2014 OSCE Human Dimension Meeting demonstrating for the release of political prisoners in Azerbaijan--23Sep2014
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Russia, Azerbaijan Censured at Annual OSCE Meeting

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