Monday, March 30, 2015


  • Crimean Tatar TV channel ATR has placed a  countdown clock on-screen during its broadcasts.

    Crimean Tatar TV Counts Down To Closure

    The Crimean Tatars' only TV channel could be closed down if it's unable to register with Russian officials, which some see as part of a broader campaign of intimidation against Crimea's Tatars since Russia's annexation.

  • Chinese President Xi Jinping (center-front) poses for photos with the guests of the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) in the Great Hall of the People in Beijing in October 2014.

    China's New Bank Leaves U.S. Out

    China's decision to start a new development bank for Asia is causing major headaches in Washington. As countries rush to join the bank before a March 31 deadline, the United States looks increasingly isolated.

  • A truck that belonged to Shi'ite Muslim rebels burns during clashes in Aden on March 26.

    Who Has A Stake In Yemen Fight

    Saudi Arabia's military intervention against Iranian-backed militants in Yemen has raised the stakes in a region already wracked by multiple conflicts, and reverberates well beyond the Middle East.




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RFE/RL Video Roundup - March 27i
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March 27, 2015
A bomb attack targets police in Karachi, new fighting shakes Yemen, the Kazakh president launches his reelection campaign, plus stories from Moldova, Russia, and Tajikistan.
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Video March 27

A bomb attack targets police in Karachi, new fighting shakes Yemen, the Kazakh president launches his reelection campaign, plus stories from Moldova, Russia, and Tajikistan.
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Video March 26

Humvees in Ukraine, a $200,000 Mercedes in Serbia, plus anti-terrorism in Kyrgyzstan and a scout camp in Iraq. (RFE/RL)
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Video March 25

A suicide bombing hits Kabul, vandals disfigure a shrine to assassinated Russian opposition leader Boris Nemtsov in Moscow, and an experiment in alternative energy in Pakistan, plus stories from Bosnia and Armenia. (RFE/RL)
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Video March 24

Thousands of Afghans demand justice in the wake of a mob killing, Kyrgyzstan marks the 10th anniversary of its Tulip Revolution, and Armenian workers accuse their employer of siphoning off their salaries.
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Video March 23

Afghans demand justice in the wake of a mob killing, Moldova's semi-autonomous Gagauzia region elects a new governor, and Tajikistan celebrates Norouz, plus videos from Kyrgyzstan, Pakistan, and Ukraine.

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Video The Unknown Soldiers Of The Donbas

Hundreds of bodies are being buried in eastern Ukraine without being identified. On the separatist side, officials say they don't have the resources to cope with the sheer volume of bodies – which were found lining the corridors at the central morgue in Donetsk.

Video British Farmer Embraces Russian Nationalism

John Kopiski came from Britain to Russia to do business, but after meeting his Russian wife he decided to stay. Now, after many struggles, he has established a successful farm business. He has also become a staunch fan of Vladimir Putin – and Stalin.

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