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After missing a self-imposed deadline, talks on Iran's nuclear program are expected to resume after Russia's foreign minister said global powers and Tehran had reached a framework deal and Western diplomats denied it.
Amnesty International says the number of death sentences issued worldwide increased sharply during 2014 as governments used capital punishment in a "flawed attempt" to fight crime, combat terrorism, and quash internal instability. More
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The brutal mob killing in Kabul of a woman named Farkhunda has shocked Afghanistan. As thousands have taken to the streets to demand justice, her family and friends are mourning privately. RFE/RL spoke to those who knew her.
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.
One year after its Baghdad bureau chief was slain, RFE/RL has... More
Paltry coverage of the scandal adds to the outrage over allegations... More
RFE/RL's Radio Free Afghanistan has named Jawas Khan, a farmer... More
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