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Tracking Islamic State
Shakir Mahmud, the head of the Amiriyat al-Fallujah local council in Iraq's beleaguered Anbar Province, has announced that members of several powerful local tribes have gathered in the township to express solidarity in the fight against Islamic State (IS) militants. More
How Russia Is Ruled
If it walks like a duck, looks like a duck, quacks like a duck, and denies it's a duck -- it's probably Vladimir Putin's duck. And it may be Russia's most lethal weapon. More
Regional Smoke Detector
Not all Daghestanis share that perception of republican head Ramazan Abdulatipov's efficiency, despite an opinion poll conducted last month by an influential Russian think tank. More
At least one of the "horrifying images of events in Donbas" that Russian media aired on the eve of the Ukrainian vote to highlight suffering in that conflict-torn country predates the Ukraine conflict by nearly two decades, and was actually a mass grave of Russian civilians. More
Odds, Ends, And Autocrats
Even if you missed the live broadcast, you can still watch our video discussion of the methods and activities of the brutal militant group Islamic State (IS), featuring Joanna Paraszczuk, journalist and author of RFE/RL's Under The Black Flag blog, and RFE/RL Regional Broadcasting Director for Iran and Iraq Mardo Soghom. More
A court in Kazakhstan has ordered the closure of an independent magazine that has scrutinized the authorities over human rights issues and corruption. More
Blogging Central Asia
Pink Floyd creative director Aubrey Powell talked to RFE/RL's Uzbek Service about the choice of Kazakhstan and the Aral Sea for the "Louder Than Words" music video, the difficulties in obtaining permission to film there, and the message behind the legendary English rockers' video. More
Notes Of An Iran Watcher
Hossein Derakhshan, dubbed Iran's "blogfather" for his role popularizing the medium, wrote on Google+ about his release and said that he had been pardoned by Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei. More
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