Saturday, September 05, 2015

  • Video Tajikistan: 17 Killed In 'Terror' Attacks

    Tajik officials say eight police officers and nine alleged assailants have been killed in attacks in and around the capital, in attacks the government blamed on a deputy defense minister.

  • Migrants wait to disembark from the Irish Navy ship LE Niamh in the Sicilian harbor of Messina in July.

    Why Don't Rich Arabs Take Syrian Refugees?

    Amid the desperate images of Syrians risking their lives at sea to reach Europe, social media is abuzz with the question of why they don't flee to nearby, wealthy Arab Persian Gulf states instead.

  • 'We're Still Here,' Say Russia's Gays

    Gay-rights activists in St. Petersburg say they have no intention of emigrating or going back into the closet despite claims by a Russian lawmaker that all gays have been "squeezed out" of the city.


Your JavaScript is turned off or you have an old version of Adobe's Flash Player. Get the latest Flash player.
Tajik Minister Accused Of Plotting Police Attacksi
September 04, 2015
Tajikistan's deputy defense minister is on the run after being accused of masterminding attacks that killed eight police officers.

Video Tajik Minister Accused Of Plotting Police Attacks

Tajikistan's deputy defense minister is on the run after being accused of masterminding attacks that killed eight police officers.

Video Refugees In Belgrade Scramble For Aid

The refugees camping outside the Serbian capital's main bus station in Belgrade get humanitarian aid.

Video Storytellers Keep Ancient Tales Alive

Storytellers gather for the World Festival of Epics in Kyrgyzstan's capital Bishkek to preserve and promote rare nomadic traditions.

Video Funeral In Kyiv For Soldiers Killed During Protest

Members of Ukraine's parliament and National Guard attended a funeral service on September 3 for two guardsmen killed by a grenade thrown during violent protests. A member of the nationalist Svoboda political alliance has been arrested for the grenade attack.

Video Afghan Provincial Officials Back Public Lashing

An Afghan man and woman both endured 100 lashes in the western province of Ghor after being found guilty of adultery. It was the first time since the end of Taliban rule that such a sentence was supported by provincial authorities. (RFE/RL's Radio Free Afghanistan)

Video Moldovan Journalists Stand With Jailed Azerbaijani Reporter

Moldovan journalists protested in front of the Azerbaijani Embassy in Chisinau on September 2 to show solidarity with Khadija Ismayilova, an investigative reporter sentenced to 7 1/2 years in prison in Baku on charges widely considered to be politically motivated.

Video Migrant Children Left Out As School Year Begins

Serbian officials report that thousands of children, some of them unaccompanied, are among the huge numbers of refugees and other migrants moving through the country.

Video Azerbaijani Journalist Ismayilova Sentenced To 7 1/2 Years

A Baku court has sentenced investigative journalist Khadija Ismayilova to 7 1/2 years in prison on charges including libel, tax evasion, and abuse of power. International rights watchdogs say that the case against Ismayilova is politically motivated.

Video Ukrainians Mourn Soldiers Killed In Grenade Attack

Residents of Kyiv laid flowers outside the parliament building in honor of National Guard members killed during a violent protest on August 31. Three servicemen died of wounds from a grenade that was thrown as protesters clashed with troops.

Video Suicide Bombing Kills Three In Northwest Pakistan

A suicide bomber set off explosives outside a government building in the Jamrud district of northwest Pakistan on September 1. The Pakistani Taliban claimed responsibility for the deadly attack.

Video Grenade Explodes Outside Ukraine Parliament

At least one Ukrainian National Guard soldier was killed in clashes with demonstrators after a grenade explodes outside parliament in Kyiv.

Video Ismayilova Delivers Defiant Speech

Azerbaijani investigative journalist Khadija Ismayilova says "I might be in prison, but the work will continue," in her final statement read to court ahead of trial verdict.

Video Kyrgyzstan Celebrates Independence Day

At Independence Day celebrations, Kyrgyz President Almazbek Atambaev said upcoming elections will be a major test for the country.

Video Migrants Protest Treatment In Hungary

Migrants from Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan and elsewhere protested against their treatment by Hungarian authorities holding them near the border with Serbia. (RFE/RL)

Video Pakistanis Burn Indian Flag After Border Shooting

Demonstrators in Peshawar held an angry protest on August 28 after Indian and Pakistani border guards traded fire in Kashmir, killing nine civilians.


Video Aid And Trade At A Migrant Camp

There are various responses to the wave of people traveling through the Balkans to the European Union. Some residents along the transit route are eager to volunteer their time or money to help. Others see it is a business opportunity.

Video Kyrgyz Mullahs Go Digital

The Kyrgyz government has launched a training course teaching Muslim clerics to use digital technology. The initiative is meant to help counter extremist groups -- which recruit through social media -- by helping moderate religious leaders make their voices heard online.

Multimedia Archive

Current Time TV

Most Popular

Job Opportunities

Press Room

U.S. -- US Ambassador to the United Nations Washington, DC:Samantha Power announces the #FreeThe20 campaign at the US State Department. Sept 1, 2015
Journalists in Trouble

US Campaigns to Free Women Political Prisoners

US announces campaign to recognize and release 20 women political... More

Investigative journalist Khadija Ismayil (2014)

RFE/RLive: The Case, The Verdict, and Media Freedom in Azerbaijan

A panel of experts looks at the Khadija Ismayilova trial and what... More

Khadija Ismayilova, in transit to court for a preliminary hearing, 26 December 2014.
Press Releases

In Blow to Independent Media, Azerbaijan Sentences Ismayilova to 7 1/2 Years

A Baku court sentenced investigative journalist and RFE/RL... More