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Having wielded the pen as a crusading investigative reporter, Tetyana Chornovol now holds the sword as Ukraine’s first Anti-Corruption Bureau Chief. More
Journalist Natalie Sedletska is part of a team investigating documents left behind by ousted Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych at his residence outside Kyiv.
Twenty-seven-year-old Nazia Parveen is a pioneering Pakistani rock-climber who says the sport has given her the confidence to stand up to critics of her nontraditional pursuit. (Produced by Zaland Yousafzai of RFE/RL's Radio Mashaal and Margot Buff)
Afghanistan's Interior Ministry has named Colonel Jamila Bayaz as a district police chief in Kabul, making her the first woman to hold that role in the country. RFE/RL's Radio Free Afghanistan spent some time with Bayaz on the job in Kabul's District 1.
Vaclav Havel Journalism Fellow Natalie Sedletska has been combing through a soggy paper trail left by ousted Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych when he fled to Russia in February. More
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