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Iran's official IRNA news agency reports that Washington Post reporter Jason Rezaian has been indicted and his case has been sent to Tehran's revolutionary court. More
U.S. congressman Dana Rohrabacher has urged Azerbaijan to release detained journalist Khadija Ismayilova, and he criticized its crackdown on RFE/RL's Baku bureau. More
The editor of the Russian radio station Ekho Moskvy, Aleksei Venediktov, says he will complain to law-enforcement officials about a thinly veiled threat against him posted on the Internet by the Kremlin-backed head of the Chechnya region, Ramzan Kadyrov. More
Ukrainian journalists are protesting the government's creation of a new Ministry of Information that Kyiv says is needed to confront Russian propaganda. Some journalists fear their own efforts to gather truth could become subject to oversight. More
"Fault Lines" combines first-hand and first-person reports to uncover the challenges and constraints that journalists in RFE/RL's reporting region face every day--and how and why they persevere.
Russian journalist visits refugees from the fighting in eastern Ukraine, some of whom have fled to Russia, others who are seeking refuge in Ukraine. More
Central Asian news outlets are playing down reports of a video that appears to show a Kazakh child militant executing two men. More
Police in Bosnia-Herzegovina on December 29 raided the Sarajevo offices of a news website, reportedly searching for information about how journalists there obtained a recording of a phone conversation that allegedly implicates the ruling Bosnian Serb party in political bribery. More
Murdering journalists is one way to keep the public in the dark about criminal activities. It is also virtually risk-free, since worldwide 90 percent of the killers never face justice. More
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