Friday, August 01, 2014


Supplying Both Sides Of The Front Line

Who are the groups supplying equipment, weapons, and volunteer fighters to both sides of the conflict in eastern Ukraine? RFE/RL takes a look at a few of them.


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Isabel Santos, the chairman of the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly's Committee on Democracy, Human Rights, and Humanitarian Questions (file photo)

OSCE: Azerbaijan 'Mocks' Democracy Hopes

An official from the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) has condemned the growing crackdown on civil society in Azerbaijan. More

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August 01, 2014
Rescuers continue the search for drowning victims in Pakistan, Russia tightens restrictions on bloggers, Serbia commemorates the start of World War I, plus stories from Afghanistan and Tajikistan.
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Rescuers continue the search for drowning victims in Pakistan, Russia tightens restrictions on bloggers, Serbia commemorates the start of World War I, plus stories from Afghanistan and Tajikistan.
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Video RFE/RL Video Roundup - July 31

Rescue teams search for drowning victims in Pakistan, foreign ministers of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization meet in Tajikistan, Russian opposition members raise funds to help jailed protesters, and Turkmenistan renovates a city.
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Video July 30

Leading Azerbaijani rights activists questioned in an espionage case, a Kazakh magazine editor fined for an article on Hitler, a Russian ultranationalist goes on trial in Moscow, and entrance exams in Turkmenistan's universities.
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Video July 29

Iraqis condemn militants' expulsion of Christians from Mosul, Russia bans Ukrainian canned fruits and vegetables, and Muslims celebrate Eid al-Fitr in Turkmenistan and Kyrgyzstan.
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Video July 28

Muslims in Afghanistan, Kazakhstan, Russia, and Tajikistan celebrate Eid al-Fitr, plus stories from Moldova and Serbia.

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Video For Displaced Pakistani Father, 36 Children Is Not Enough

Fleeing the ongoing fighting in Pakistan's North Waziristan region, Gulzar Khan has kept his family united -- no easy task for a man with three wives, a dozen daughters, and two dozen sons.

Video A Leap From Mostar Bridge

Divers from several countries took part in the 448th edition of the traditional jump from the Stari Most, or Old Bridge, in the Bosnian city of Mostar.

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British Ambassador To The Czech Republic Visits RFE/RL

British Ambassador Jan Thompson visited RFE/RL’s Prague headquarters... More