Tuesday, September 02, 2014


  • Taking A Page Out Of Solzhenitsyn's Book?

    Russian President Vladimir Putin's geopolitical vision for a "greater Russia" reminds some of a 1990 essay by Nobel laureate Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn.

  • 'I Prayed For Death'

    After enduring a night of beatings at the hands of rebel forces, Irina Dovgan was wrapped in a Ukrainian flag, forced to stand at a Donetsk intersection, and subjected to public humiliation and physical attacks.

  • Kosovo Mother Pleads For Return Of Son

    Pranvera Abazi's husband said he was taking their son for the weekend to a popular outdoor spot. Three days later, he sent her a text message saying they were in Syria.




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RFE/RL Video Roundup - September 1i
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September 01, 2014
Protesters storm Pakistan's state TV headquarters, Afghanistan plans a new trade route with India and Iran, and a new school year begins across Europe and Asia -- with stories from Russia, Ukraine, Bosnia-Herzegovina, and Central Asia.
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Video September 1

Protesters storm Pakistan's state TV headquarters, Afghanistan plans a new trade route with India and Iran, and a new school year begins across Europe and Asia -- with stories from Russia, Ukraine, Bosnia-Herzegovina, and Central Asia.
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Video August 29

A Pakistani professor is freed by the Taliban, Afghanistan asks for more monitors for its election recount, Balkan leaders sign a declaration on the search for missing persons, and Kyrgyzstan suffers the effects of a water dispute.
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Video August 28

Ukrainians protest at the Defense Ministry in Kyiv, talks between protesters and government break down in Pakistan, an early cotton harvest in Turkmenistan, plus stories from Afghanistan and Pakistan.
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Video August 27

Pakistani antigovernment protests continue, Afghan officials charge Pakistani spy agency with helping Taliban, Tajik students panic over university registration, plus stories from Kyrgyzstan and Pakistan.
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Video August 26

Antigovernment protests continue in Pakistan, wildfires burn in Kyrgyzstan, officials want to reduce lavish parties in Afghanistan, and a cricket tourney in Kabul.

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Photogallery An Altai 'Golden Wedding'

In Russia's Altai Republic in southern Siberia, the small Altai minority maintains a unique set of cultural customs, including their traditional "Golden Wedding" ceremony.

Video Russia's Food Ban

Gulnara Khamzina, a restaurant owner in Kazan, the capital of the Russian republic of Tatarstan, says that Moscow's sanctions on imported Western foods are already affecting her business.

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