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Wednesday, April 16, 2014


Multimedia

  • A group of visiting students meets with RFE/RL Executive Editor John O'Sullivan in the editorial board conference room. - visit us 14
  • John O'Sullivan, Executive Editor of RFE/RL, speaks to a group of students in the editorial board conference room. - visit us 1
  • Students have the opportunity to ask questions on a variety of topics related to RFE/RL. - visit us 2
  • Students have the opportunity to ask questions on a variety of topics related to RFE/RL. - visit us 3
  • Students have the opportunity to ask questions on a variety of topics related to RFE/RL. - visit us 4
  • Students have the opportunity to ask questions on a variety of topics related to RFE/RL. - visit us 5
  • A student takes a photo in the conference room where RFE/RL's daily editorial meetings are held. - visit us 6
  • A student takes a photo in the conference room where RFE/RL's daily editorial meetings are held. - Visit us 7
  • During a visit to RFE/RL's Afghan service, students are shown letters mailed in to the radio from Afghan listeners. - Visit us 8
  • A group of students walks down the staircase leading into the Central Newsroom. - visit us 9
  • Students meet with journalists working in RFE/RL's Central Newsroom. - Visit us 11
  • Students meet with journalists working in RFE/RL's Central Newsroom. - visit us 12
  • A group of students after their visit to RFE/RL. - visit us 10
  • A visit to RFE/RL's headquarters can be an enjoyable and educational experience. - visit us 13

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Published 6 October 2009

Photos from visitors to RFE/RL headquarters